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Inclination



The falcon may never truly stoop,
Though down inclined to mangle;
It always must make an upward swoop
To balance its downward angle.

The falcon thus strides an angled sky
In endless peregrination:
One never may put a long quest by,
Whatever one’s inclination.
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