Dante Alighieri about death (“Divine Comedy”, 1320) - And all the while one spirit uttered this, The other one did weep so, that, for pity, I swooned away as if I had been dying, And fell, even as a dead body falls.
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And all the while one spirit uttered this, The other one did weep so, that, for pity, I swooned away as if I had been dying, And fell, even as a dead body falls.
 Dante AlighieriDivine Comedy (1320). copy citation

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Translanted by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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