„Death lurks in the farewell of a true friend.“

La mort est dans l'adieu d'un ami veritable.
Elégies (1830), Au Sommeil; translation reported in Harbottle's Dictionary of quotations French and Italian (1904), p. 110.

Originál

La mort est dans l'adieu d'un ami véritable.

Elégies
Varianta: La mort est dans l'adieu d'un ami veritable.

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