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After having won a scepter, few are so generous as to disdain the pleasures of ruling.
I have had to learn the simplest things
last. Which made for difficulties.
(of the bird
o kylix, o
Antony of Padua
sweep low, o bless
the roofs,
all senses

including the mind, that worker on what is
But the known?
This, I have had to be given,
a life, love, and from one man
the world.
what can we do
when even the public conveyances
love is form, and cannot be without
important substance
love is not easy
but how shall you know,
New England, now
that pejorocracy is here,
But that which matters, that which insists, that which will last,
that! o my people, where shall you find it, how, where, whe
one loves only form,
and form only comes
into existence when
the thing is born

born of yourself,
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