Mohammed Bin Salman

Wikipedia Poem, No. 756

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      conqueror 
during the 
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   during 
          the conqueror during the conqueror 
during the conqueror during 
  the 1070s 
as an 
          impregnable castlelondon 
       as an impregnable castle 
the conqueror during the conqueror during 
      the 
1070s as an 
     impregnable 
      castlewilliam 
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        the conqueror 
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during the conqueror during the 1070s as 
      it was originally called was originally 
    called was originally called was built by william the 
conqueror 

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by prisoners such being 
formidable as those of a 
      dungeon formidable as those of 
a dungeon and even 
      spacious the two 
youthful tudor princes edward 
   v and 
in some cases even 
spacious and ennobled 
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        formidable 
   as they 
      were 
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   anne 
       boleyn and 
richard 
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      ennobled prisoners such as formidable 
as those of a dungeon
and ennobled prison walls 
as the two youthful tudor princes edward 
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    and 
        in 
        some cases even 
spacious 
         and ennobled prison 
walls as those 
       dungeonable 
as they were not austere 
   anne boleyn and 
       ennobled prison

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with 
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brightly 
colored 
   with brightly colored with brightly colored blankets in the 
hotel’s 
ballroom b 
standard 
   military-issue 
m4 
         its 
       civilian variant or a corner standard 
    military-issue m4 its covered with brightly colored with brightly 
    colored with brightly colored with 
brightly colored 
with 
         brightly 
colored 
     with brightly colored with brightly colored 
shaky video 
that appears to be an 
american stands with
       a 
     rifle 
   while guards

 

‘Go Soul the Body’s Guest’

Wikipedia Poem, No. 755

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go soul the body’s guest upon a thankless errand fear not to touch the best the truth shall be thy warrant go since i needs must die and give the world the lie say to the court it glows and shines like rotten wood say to the church it shows what’s good and doth no good if church and court reply then give them both the lie tell potentates they live acting by others’ action not loved unless they give not strong but by a faction if potentates reply give potentates the lie tell men of high condition that manage the estate their purpose is ambition their practice only hate and if they once reply then give them all the lie tell them that brave it most they beg for more by spending who in their greatest cost seek nothing but commending and if they make reply then give them all the lie tell zeal it wants devotion tell love it is but lust tell time it is but motion tell flesh it is but dust and wish them not reply for thou must give the lie tell age it daily wasteth tell honor how it alters tell beauty how she blasteth tell favor how it falters and as they shall reply give every one the lie tell wit how much it wrangles in tickle points of niceness tell wisdom she entangles herself in overwiseness and when they do reply straight give them both the lie tell physic of her boldness tell skill it is pretension tell charity of coldness tell law it is contention and as they do reply so give them still the lie tell fortune of her blindness tell nature of decay tell friendship of unkindness tell justice of delay and if they will reply then give them all the lie tell arts they have no soundness but vary by esteeming tell schools they want profoundness and stand too much on seeming if arts and schools reply give arts and schools the lie tell faith it’s fled the city tell how the country erreth tell manhood shakes off pity tell virtue least preferreth and if they do reply spare not to give the lie so when thou hast as i commanded thee done blabbing although to give the lie deserves no less than stabbing stab at thee he that will no stab the soul can kill

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Source: Ralegh, Walter. “The Lie.” Poetry Foundation, 9 Apr. 2018. Web.