For The Future Of The World - Poem by Douglas Scotney
I went into it branded as a learner
for I had concern for the outcome;
by entering unbranded,
I had previously and dangerously denied.
I had been assisted out of it, that time,
by an individual
who concedes that ignorance is one's birthright,
and that, for the future of the world,
one must be assisted out of it.
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