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THE WAY OF LIFE, by            
First Line: How, save only by death, from thee, o life, can I flee?
Last Line: Balance and vengeance of ill maketh it all undone.
Subject(s): Life


HOW, save only by death, from thee, O life, can I flee?
Thousand evils are thine, grievous to bear or shun.
What though the beauties of earth be sweet, the land and the sea,
Lovely the stars in heaven, lovely the moon and sun,
All is fear and sorrow besides; or if good there be,
Balance and vengeance of ill maketh it all undone.





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