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Once there was a man

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 Once there was a man --
Oh, so wise!
In all drink
He detected the bitter,
And in all touch
He found the sting.
At last he cried thus: "There is nothing -- No life, No joy, No pain -- There is nothing save opinion, And opinion be damned.
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