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  Given a choice, would sure voice
Be born again perhaps, a crow maybe;
They look
charming, shiningly Black Beautiful '
Observant, have you ever been?
Encircling the
Globe with my battalions, halting now and then;
Sweeping upon world societies, purging fresh clean;
Thoroughly scavenging. Never bitter
I would ' Peck at, pick painstakingly, obnoxious dirt
that lay scattered throughout each brain; Train men,
live much above
dull bickering, impositions that promote,
"Ignorance is Bliss".
Let know, life beyond mere indulgency exist.
Overcome barriers
mentally demeaning
That work against prosperity; Cawing, create awareness. Would
only rest completely consuming the putrefying stink. Earth cleaned.
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