Author: Will Berry
The milk of human kindness,
Is curdled with a little blindness,
Today's highest fashion,
Resents too much compassion,
What we have here today,
Is grabbing, s'il vous plait,
Shall we all not stand together?
And believe things will get better,
Can we not form a human sprocket,
On the rim of a louvered life,
And keep our hands out of someone's pocket?
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