Supposing the world from end to end to be according to your wish
Suppose life to be gone & Fate to have come
You say “We have laid hands on our heart’s desire”
You can not do so or again you can; suppose it done then


P 436

Thine every wish of the world e'en won suppose;
This life forpast and the term outrun suppose;
"A hand," say'st thou, "I 'll clap on my heart's desire"?
Thou canst not; or, if thou canst, it done suppose.'

Th 777

Suppose all worldly needs be granted you;
And life well rounded, gained the term's end, too;
You say, “I 'll strike hand on my heart's desire."
You cannot; if you can, suppose you do!

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