On Honeydew Hath Fed
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They must say to you:
Try something you’ve never done.
Your world might open up and let you see a new dawn.
But Please do not attempt something No One’s ever done.
That should be too much for you even to consider.
Can you say to Them:
Why would that be wrong?
What exactly is so horrific about noVeLTy
That it is perpetually disallowed?
[but why should it have to? ]
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