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A Soliloquy



"All that's in the world--
For the good of all, regardless
Of race, creed, gender and age;
All that's in the world--
That is wholesome to eat, to hear
And see, even--just to think about;
All that's in the world--
That is only for the high and mighty,
The rich and privileged...
I wish for everyone, everywhere.
All that's in the world--
That's immoral, insulting and revolting--
To mind and body, I wish to be--
Gone for good--
For the good of the world.
And above all, all that's in the world--
I don't care about, if you're not
My angel, my queen, my love--my wife."
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Submitted on May 02, 2011

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