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I'm not made me to stare on at the world, Else I become the sky; I'm not made me to be exploited without resistance, Else I become the earth; I'm not made me to roam from dawn till dusk, Else I become a low animal; I'm not made me to be feared by my fellow mortals, Else I become a god; I'm not made me to be pushed around, Else I become a piece of furniture; I'm not made me to be an awesome and dreaded enigma, Else I become Bermuda Triangle; I'm not made me to be hated by all, Else I become that that does not exist; I'm not made me to be loved today and hated tomorrow, Else I become fire; Just like the rain, sun and wind, I'm made me to be there for all; Just like the moon, I'm made me to give out as I receive; I'm made me to do glorifying deeds to He that made me!

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