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Whose ditches are his kismet

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Whose ditches are his kismet

"Who's bare? 
Though, of Nobility.

At this time, who loses all 
But gentility?

None, but onto one knows 
That our exploits pays us off, 
Yet we demand so much 
More for that which we 
Already have.

The luck man's share are of his 
Unintentional "Misfortunes".

That opulent, share in 
Detriment.
None is without flair.

Comrade, the evolution of 
Our flair is mans greatest 
Look into.

As men, never lose a dream  
To your misfortune.
For the beautiful stars 
Comes at night when we 
Sleep.

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