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Just Think! Analysis

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Just think! some night the stars will gleam

     Upon a cold, grey stone,

And trace a name with silver beam,

     And lo! 'twill be your own.

That night is speeding on to greet

     Your epitaphic rhyme.

Your life is but a little beat

     Within the heart of Time.

A little gain, a little pain,

     A laugh, lest you may moan;

A little blame, a little fame,

     A star-gleam on a stone.


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