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First Line: Mark well my shade, and seriously attend
Last Line: And know, each fleeting hour may be thy last.
Subject(s): Death; Life; Time; Dead, The


MARK well my shade, and seriously attend
The silent lesson of a common friend—
Since time and life speed hastily away,
And neither can recal the former day,
Improve each fleeting hour before 'tis past,
And know, each fleeting hour may be thy last.





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