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Often it is fatal to live too long.
To repair the irreparable ravages of time.
Pain is unjust, and all the arguments That cannot soothe it only rouse suspicion.
Now my innocence begins to weigh me down.
Crime like virtue has its degrees; and timid innocence was never known
And do you count for nothing God who fights for us?
Can a faith that does nothing be called sincere?
The day is not purer than the depths of my heart.
Innocence has nothing to dread.
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