Here you will find the Poem The Evening-Watch: A Dialogue of poet Henry Vaughan
BODY 1 Farewell! I go to sleep; but when 2 The day-star springs, I'll wake again. SOUL 3 Go, sleep in peace; and when thou liest 4 Unnumber'd in thy dust, when all this frame 5 Is but one dram, and what thou now descriest 6 In sev'ral parts shall want a name, 7 Then may his peace be with thee, and each dust 8 Writ in his book, who ne'er betray'd man's trust! BODY 9 Amen! but hark, ere we two stray 10 How many hours dost think 'till day? SOUL 11 Ah go; th'art weak, and sleepy. Heav'n 12 Is a plain watch, and without figures winds 13 All ages up; who drew this circle, even 14 He fills it; days and hours are blinds. 15 Yet this take with thee. The last gasp of time 16 Is thy first breath, and man's eternal prime.