> My appreciation for your abundant and playful offerings also inspires
> the tiniest of cautionary notes: consider that tattered fragment of verse:
> "I'm burning my candle at both ends,
> It cannot last the night.
> Da dada da dada da dada da da (I forget this line)
> But oh, what a beautiful light!"
I'm certain that's Emily Dickinson, "my candle burns at both ends" (say what you will about her sentiments, she at least gets the meter right), but I couldn't find it on the web at first try. You may have better luck.
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