Theseafarer natalia

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Theseafarer natalia

  1. 1. Save there be somewhat calamitous that, ere a man´s tide go, turn it to twain.
  2. 2. Disease or oldness or sword-hate beats out the breath from doom-grpped body.
  3. 3. And for this, every earl whatever, for those speaking after- laud of the living, boasteth some last word, that he will work ere he pass onward, frame on the fair earth ´gainst foes his malice,
  4. 4. Daring ado,... so that all men shall honour him after and his laud beyond them remain ´mid the English,
  5. 5. Aye, for ever, a lasting life´s-blast, Delight mid the doughty.
  6. 6. Days little durable, and all arrogance of eathen riches, there come now no kings nor Caesars nor gold-giving lords like those gone.

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