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So many years have I

So many years have I The littling voices heard And listened whilst They lying spoke And mouthed deriding words Malignant in my mind Of how I ungainly, unseemly and unfit For custom social and for life unsuited was Of intellect enfeebled and any skills divorced And so believing siren song Until now I travelled blind But now I meekly sit and I ask The truth of all I knew If so unskilled am I Then how have I become All that I am and that is much And more there is to come So now must I The littling voices still And onward go And higher still To see what lies beyond Then shall I with perfect peace Full consummated pass To darkness then To seek what lies beyond 29/11/2009
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