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A Comparison

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The lapse of time and rivers is the same,
Both speed their journey with a restless stream;
The silent pace, with which they steal away,
No wealth can bribe, no prayers persuade to stay;
Alike irrevocable both when past,
And a wide ocean swallows both at last.
Though each resemble each in every part,
A difference strikes at length the musing heart;
Streams never flow in vain; where streams abound,
How laughs the land with various plenty crown’d!

But time, that should enrich the nobler mind,
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Ruta Mohapatra 23 September 2018

A powerful write! Wisely said!

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Rahul 03 July 2018

Really good

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