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Wikipedia Poem, No. 126

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“his experiences, his conquests and spiritual transformations, so long as they still remain ‘his,’ must be conquered and transformed again and again until everything ‘his’ is annihilated” Eugen Herrigel

Hundreds of us... I know... 
I know... I know. You're in 
memorandum

the likes of a sunset as end credits roll. --
*Sighs* Excuse me I'm company 
now... a mansion and Moe looks over 

   Uh-huh.  Uh-huh. 
 Uh-huh. 
 
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Uh-huh.  Uh-huh. 
 Uh-huh. 
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Nuh-huh.  
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   Uh-huh.  Uh-huh.  Uh-huh. 
 Uh-huh.  Uh-huh.  Uh-huh.  Uh-huh. 
 
You're interrupted 
by the likes of bikes alone interrupted 
by his bike alone calls.  Hello?  What?! 
 
      No, no, no, no, 
no, 
no ...

Sources: 
Full Throttle. Dir. Tim Schafer. 30 Apr. 1995. Video Game. 21 Jan. 2016.
Herrigel, Eugen. Zen in the Art of Archery. New York: Vintage Books, 1953. Print.

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