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First Line: It is an awful thing how we forget
Last Line: That draw all life together.
Alternate Author Name(s): L. E. L.; Maclean, Letitia
Subject(s): Grief; Sorrow; Sadness


IT is an awful thing how we forget
The sacred ties that bind us each to each.
Our pleasures might admonish us, and say,
Tremble at that delight which is unshared:
Its selfishness must be its punishment.
All have their sorrows, and how strange it seems
They do not soften more the general heart:
Sorrows should be those universal links
That draw all life together.





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