Pleasure comes, but not to stay;Even this shall pass away.
Once in Persia reigned a king
Who upon his signet ring
Graved a maxim true and wise,
Which if held before the eyes
Gave him counsel at a glance
Fit for every change and chance.
Solemn words, and these are they:
"Even this shall pass away."
In all our losses, all our gains,
In all our pleasures, all our pains,
The life of life is: Love remains.
In every change from good to ill,-
If love continues still,
Let happen then what will.
I won a noble fame;
But with a sudden frown,
The people snatched my crown,
And, in the mire, trod down
My lofty name.
Baby bye Here's a fly, Let us watch him. you and I, How he crawls Up the walls Yet he never falls.
Journalism is an immense power, that threatens soon to supersede sermons, lectures, and books.
Pain is hard to bear.... But with patience, day by day, Even this shall pass away.
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