„We do too little feel each others' pain;
We do relax too much the social chain
That binds us to each other; slight the care
There is for grief in which we have no share.“

The Golden Violet - The Rose
The Golden Violet (1827)

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Originale: (vi) Cùng trông lại mà cùng chẳng thấy,
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