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55 “Lament for Bion” anonymous, from the Greek, c. 100 BCE Weep, you Sicilian muses, in sweet pity: the mallow dies in the garden, the parsley and dill also die, but then, in the following year spring up again. It is not so with us. Strong men, wise, great, and powerful, die. From our endless sleep in the earth there is no waking. ...

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