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EPITAPH ON TOM D'URFEY, by                    
First Line: "here lyes the lyrick, who with tale and song"
Last Line: "his song has ended, and his tale has told"
Subject(s): "d'urfey, Thomas (1653-1723);epitaphs;


Here lyes the Lyrick, who with Tale and Song,
Did Life to threescore Years and ten prolong:
His Tale was pleasant, and his Song was sweet;
His Heart was chearful -- but his Thirst was great.
Grieve, Reader, grieve, that he, too soon grown old,
His Song has ended, and his Tale has told.




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