There is a major poem by another poet that ends with a formula: W. H. Auden, "The Shield of Achilles."

Fred Shapiro
YALE BOOK OF QUOTATIONS (Yale University Press)

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Ken Armstrong writes: " (what could beat "Cast a cold eye on life, on

All things fall and are built again
And those that build them again are gay.
        (From memory)

Or (dragging its whole context along)

And so the Trojans buried Hektor, breaker of horses.

The poet's personality shows just a bit in the daring of using a formula in
the final line of the poem -- the last place one would expect one, & where
it is obviously not merely or at all merely filling a metrical slot. It
simply reaches out and grabs one. And I suspect it works in any language to
which the poem might be translated.