'A birth in humanity, a supreme birth
A death in humanity, a rare death
All great men are great in humanity
All great men aren't fond of pity
Humanity gives human race a divine touch
So 'tis better less inhumanity and humanity much'
'A truest beauty, in truth, a pebble does have
When it lays alone, and the sea shouts in disgust
Against it's trifling figure, but it's thankfulness lave
The rage, - so the sea, truely, returns it all must.'