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  1. I think that I shall never see
    A billboard lovely as a tree.
    Indeed, unless the billboards fall
    I'll never see a tree at all.
       Ogden Nash, Song of the Open Road



  2. Beauty is but a flower,
    Which wrinkles will devour.
    Brightness falls from the air;
    Queens have died young and fair;
    Dust hath closed Helen's eye:
    I am sick; I must die."
       Thomas Nashe, Summer's Last Will and Testament




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