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An idle youth becomes in age a beggar.
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When the war is over then comes help.
Little grain have I collected from a mass of chaff.
I know Simon, and Simon knows me. [A couple of rogues.]
Outward appearances assuming the form of virtues.
A picture is a poem wanting words.
False in one respect, never trustworthy.
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