Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sense and Sensibility

All have sense, sensibility varied
If only sense prevailed, world would have fewer fights
True enigma is never on the sense
Sensibility makes it mystic
Being in fools paradise
Often deprived of latter
We reprieve the forthcoming
Sense has all but the man
With conjunction of both gets them all
To my own foreclosure
Took awhile to adjudge
Now being acquainted I learned
They are two bodies with one soul
If not complete will defiant all
The communion of them is your transformation
When reality resurrects as nature

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