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Many a Spring shall Autumn
follow when thou'rt passed away;
Many an evening, many a morning, many a night and day.
To the World thy heart incline
not, though it seemeth fair;
Deem it not a faithful friend who for its friends doth care.
Thou to-day who like a
scorpion everyone dost sting,
Snakes shall be thy tomb's companions, shame to thee shall bring.
Comfort some afflicted spirit;
that is worth thy while;
Else to vex thy fellows' spirits easy is and vile.
Look not on earth's humble
dwellers with a glance so proud:
Knowing not what Knight is hidden midst the dusty cloud.