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Words are the basic elements which are the indispensable tools in the enabling of a common language agreement. Thus allowing no room for a separation of truth or for the want of a greater good over evil. But uniquely allowing for an act of extenuated kindness or the individual liberation of a cernuous virtue, and humility. i.e. "What quenchless feud's this that time has with the sons of men?" ‘Pierre; or The Ambiguities’ - Herman Melville (1819-1891)

‘The Brave Men's Captain’

From the wind came storms
The mist bristling in salt.
Secretes of emeralds,
and diamonds;
Lost treasures of naught.

From the wind came storms
The mist bristling in salt.
There were magic true sails
And magic true tales
of the brave men's captain,
and how they fought.

From the winds came storms,
The lord's magic true tower.
Tales of adventure
Webs by the hour.

The dragon's wings love clover,
The lord's faithful true tower.
There were dragons, and tigers!
Scheherazade, with her eyes of fire!

One by land, two by sea;
A penny
In your pocket
and me