Many Roads Await
Many links extended may t[r]end towards the light,
As rainbow drops descended award due dew delight.
New roads must be defended not doubted. Now rewrite
Years starting, as years ended y[e]arn slight reflection bright.
Right, wrong, misapprehended, refuse tags black or white,
Out and inside when [ bl]ended, outlaw blind bigots' bite.
As wheels turn, Time, suspended, adapts for further flight,
Dream streams draw on intended directions from dark night.
Spread is each page portended swift message to incite
All walls to fall. bridge mended as errors dynamite:
With fervour unpretended worldwide men may unite.
All roads to Rome, befriended, aid ease poor people's plight
Imply toil, tears expended improve brave world in sight.
Tomorrow's tracks extended true future free invite.
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