Kenneth Bell

If Thought A Man Maketh

If, in truth, a man is what he is in the dark,
In his inmost, secret thoughts, hid from public eye,
Then which of us would escape being an imperfect being,
Except he whose mind is the captain of his soul,
Heeds the promptings of the spirit, and commands his instincts,
His antipathies and desires, ambitions and apathy,
The feelings of courage and fear, of joy and despair, of confidence and inadequacy,
That buffet him in his waking hours,
And project upon his mind in kaleidoscopic

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