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  1. I mean exactly what I say, no more and no less.
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    prompting eu-no-ia you must be joking old boy I just wind them up.
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    dancing in the rain soaked and thinking how I'll be wringing out my socks
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    Upon unseen breeze My memories drift away Leaving calm repose
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    No doer in sight For to do without doing Is the right action.
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    The Dao call me home As the kind mother calls to Her unworthy child.
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    No longer binding Oaths made in my callow youth Which age has broken.
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    Too much improvement Still leaves things as they were for The turd polisher
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    Marching to the grave With our footfalls measuring The beats of our heart
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    What is beyond words And cannot be named or told That is the question
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    Unfazed by the sun The hero gazes afar With thousand yard stare
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    A new Earth unveiled As the hunter from the east Puts darkness to flight.
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    A green explosion As the winter turns to spring And all is reborn
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    All returns to dust Or else to ashes returns Buried or else burnt.
  15. You seem soo very self assured in your blanket statements. You don't say some women, or women in general. And I believe your use of solipsistic seriously misses the mark as it pertains to your ascribed box that you've placed women as a whole in - especially on a spiritual forum where the I am is set forth as an ideal by some. Yes. It would make it harder to maintain the stereotypes. As an observer of the human condition I have no doubts as to the correctness of my views. Things are as they are and we all have to live with this undeniable fact. You may disagree as much as you like due to your own bias but human nature does not give a damn.