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SONNET OF 'SCHIZOPHRENIA', by            
First Line: Restless ever-moving winds that blow
Last Line: To become at last an endless loving whole.


Restless ever-moving winds that blow
so swiftly bring my destiny to me,
I can but wait and never more be free
nor know the peace that other mortals know;
my life must be the savage intermittent flow
of mountain streams that wildly seek the sea
and having found it then must cease to be
because the greater Force would ever have it so...

But though it twists and tears upon its way
and sometimes lies in murky stagnant pools
the surging force that is my soul
will somehow reach an everlasting day
and shining clear will pass a million fools
to become at last an endless loving Whole.





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