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Acknowledgment.

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O Age that half believ'st thou half believ'st,
Half doubt'st the substance of thine own half doubt,
And, half perceiving that thou half perceiv'st,
Stand'st at thy temple door, heart in, head out!
Lo! while thy heart's within, helping the choir,
Without, thine eyes range up and down the time,
Blinking at o'er-bright science, smit with desire
To see and not to see. Hence, crime on crime.

Yea, if the Christ (called thine) now paced yon street,
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Subhas Chandra Chakra 17 March 2018

For we are taller than the breadth of night. Thoughts at times differ so much over a millennium?

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Susan Williams 17 March 2018

Lukewarm is not spiritually better than cold. It is either Yes Yes or No No when following your religion's values. A difficult read because of the age difference between us but he is worth reading through a couple of times to get used to the difference and start enjoying the man's mind and talent

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Brian Jani 29 April 2014

I like this poem, it's quite good

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