From Alfred Tennyson’s “The Vision of Sin” (1842) and Charles Babbage’s Letter in Reply

“Thou shalt not be saved by works:
Thou hast been a sinner too:
Ruin’d trunks on wither’d forks,
Empty scarecrows, I and you!

“Fill the cup, and fill the can:
Have a rouse before the morn:
Every moment dies a man,
Every moment one is born.”
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From Alfred Tennyson’s “The Vision of Sin” (1842) and Charles Babbage’s Letter in Reply

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