Ages , and ages , and succeeding still New ages , where the phantom of an hour
, Which courts , each night , dull slumber for repair , Shall wake , and wonder ,
and exult , and praise , And fly through infinite , and all unlock , And ( if deserv'd )
Years inexperienced rush on numerous ills ; And soon as man , expert from time ,
has found The key of life , it opes the gates of death . When in this vale of years I
backward look , And miss such numbers , numbers too , of such , Firmer in ...
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