Can you hear what the deepest silence echoes?
Can you bear what the meekest tear conveys?
Can you speak what the faint heart drips?
Can you see what the pale eye grips?
Can you resonate what the wound cries?
Can you render what the smile hides?
Can you read what the quivering lip gushes?
Can you feel what the servile spirit touches?
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