Human, All Too Human

Among Friends

An Epilogue


Fine, with one another silent,
Finer, with one another laughing
Under heaven's silky cloth
Leaning over books and moss
With friends lightly, loudly laughing
Each one showing white teeth shining.

If I did well, let us be silent,
If I did badly, let us laugh
And do it bad again by half,
More badly done, more badly laugh,
Until the grave, when down we climb

Friends! Well! What do you say?
Amen! Until we meet again!

Friedrich Nietzsche - Human, All Too Human
Among Friends: An Epilogue - Aphorism # 1

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