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What is the meaning of the following line from "First Fig"? My candle burns at both ends A. The speaker is losing hope. B. The speaker expends energy quickly. C. The speaker struggles to please others. D. The speaker is nearing death.
The speaker expends energy quickly -is the meaning of the line "My candle burns at both ends" from "First Fig".
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The speaker expends energy quickly -is the meaning of the line "My candle burns at both ends" from "First Fig".
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