„Look thy last on all things lovely,
Every hour—let no night
Seal thy sense in deathly slumber
Till to delight
Thou hast paid thy utmost blessing.“

—  Walter de la Mare, Fare Well, st. 3 (1918).
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englischer Dichter, Autor von Kurzgeschichten, Romanen und … 1873 - 1956

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