And if we do but watch the hour,
There never yet was human power
Which could evade, if unforgiven,
The patient search and vigil long
Of him who treasures up a wrong.

Lord Byron
George Gordon, Lord Byron (1788-1824) English poet
“Mazeppa,” st. 10, l. 418ff (1819)

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