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The Evening-Watch: A Dialogue Analysis



Author: Poetry of Henry Vaughan Type: Poetry Views: 201

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1Farewell! I go to sleep; but when

2The day-star springs, I'll wake again.



SOUL



3Go, sleep in peace; and when thou liest

4Unnumber'd in thy dust, when all this frame

5Is but one dram, and what thou now descriest

6In sev'ral parts shall want a name,

7Then may his peace be with thee, and each dust

8Writ in his book, who ne'er betray'd man's trust!



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9Amen! but hark, ere we two stray

10How many hours dost think 'till day?



SOUL



11Ah go; th'art weak, and sleepy. Heav'n

12Is a plain watch, and without figures winds

13All ages up; who drew this circle, even

14He fills it; days and hours are blinds.

15Yet this take with thee. The last gasp of time

16Is thy first breath, and man's eternal prime.





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