Wikipedia Poem, No. 305

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“Thou comest to use thy tongue; thy story quickly.” MacBeth, Act 5, Scene 5

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of recorded time for such 
      walking shadow and frets 

          by far 
        the symptoms and symposiums 
   of malnutrition

his petty 
    pace from day 
    tongue thy 

according to 
a child more vulnerable 
  to the deficient protein dispute

         to day to 
      day 
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for difficult 
    kwashiorkor the food and agriculture
     to come

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thy use of
thy tongue thy 

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      presents organ damage 
and muscle wasting

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        thy to 

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day 
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   thy 
     to 
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present at
          seven
 
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     to day to day 

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      prolonged stomach
as a form of mutilation

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use thy to 
      use thy to day 

      of malnutrition of 3.1 million 
children 
      more vulnerable 

    tongue thy to 
use 
thy to 

death 
of caloric 
intake

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tongue thy tongue thy to use thy 
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          vulnerable kwashiorkor which 
        is by far 

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millions
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         is cause permanent currently affects

to 
use thy today tongue 
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against 
842 million world health 
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