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The time was the beginning of the morning;
the sun was rising now in fellowship
with the same stars that had escorted it
when Divine Love first moved those things of beauty.
Inferno, Canto I, lines 37-40
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Here one must leave behind all hesitation;
here every cowardice must meet its death.
Inferno: Canto III, lines 14-15
The day was now departing; the dark air
released the living beings of the earth
from work and weariness.
Inferno: Canto II, lines 1-3
When I had journeyed half of our life’s way,
I found myself within a shadowed forest,
for I had lost the path that does not stray.
Moving again, I tried the lonely slope-
my firm foot was always the one below.
Inferno, Canto I, lines 29-30