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" Since by life's passing breath, blown up from earth, Light as the summer's dust, we take in air A moment's giddy flight, and fall again, Join the dull mass, increase the trodden soil, And sleep, till Earth herself shall be no more... "
A physician's tale - Стр. 21
авторы: Heberden Milford - 1854
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Epitaphs, or, Church-yard gleanings, collected by Old Mortality, jun

Epitaphs - 1875
...care, A loving couple lie buried here, Trusting in a Saviour's grace, In hopes to find a better place. Join the dull mass, increase the trodden soil, And sleep till earth itself shall be no more. Three lovely babes are sleeping here ; Hannah, my dear, your grandmother is...
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Chaucer to Burns

Rossiter Johnson - 1876
...Lifht as the summer's dust, we take in air A moment's giddy flight, and fall again ; Join the dull man, derstand The usual joys ; Since Aen (as emmet*, their small world o'erthrown) We, sore araaz'd, from out Earth's ruins crawl,...
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