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'0 time, cease thou thy course and last no longer, (1766)

If they surcease to be that should survive. (1767)

Shall rotten death make conquest of the stronger (1768)

And leave the faltering feeble souls alive? (1769)

The old bees die, the young possess their hive:
Then live, sweet Lucrece, live again and see (1771)

Thy father die, and not thy father theel'

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