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Fare thee well! and if for ever,
Still for ever, fare thee well:
No one can fare well for a thousand days, as no flower stays red for a hundred.
Death is easier than a wretched life; and better never to have born than to live and fare badly.
But, where the road runs near the stream,
Oft through the trees they catch a glance
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Mortality, behold, and fear,
What a change of flesh is here!
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The improved American highway system ... isolated the American-in-transit. On his speedway ... he had no contact with the towns wh ...
He asked me whether I would not go with him to his house; I declined it, from an apprehension that my spirits would sink. We bade ...
No! let me taste the whole of it, fare like my peers
The heroes of old,
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Cassoulet, that best of bean feasts, is everyday fare for a peasant but ambrosia for a gastronome, though its ideal consumer is a ...
But just as delicate fare does not stop you from craving for saveloys, so tried and exquisite friendship does not take away your t ...
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