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Poem by Thomas Urquhart
Epigrams. The Third Booke. № 25. That too much bewailing, and griefe is to be avoided at Funerals, to one lamenting the decease of a friend
IT were more fit, that you relinquish'd orrow, Then that you should be left by it; that may, Page 50 What ever may be done, be done to morrow: And what to morrow may be done to day; We should therefore, as soon's we can desist From that, wherein we cannot long insist.
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