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Since The Majority Of Me

 Since the majority of me 
Rejects the majority of you, 
Debating ends forwith, and we 
And sure of what to do We disinfect new blocks of days For our majorities to rent With unshared friends and unwalked ways, But silence too is eloquent: A silence of minorities That, unopposed at last, return Each night with cancelled promises They want renewed.
They never learn.

Poem by Philip Larkin
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