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Who thinks his great achievements poor Shall find








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS
Category: PART II.

Who thinks his great achievements poor
Shall find his vigour long endure
Of greatest fulness, deemed a void,
Exhaustion ne'er shall stem the tide
Do thou what's straight still crooked deem;
Thy greatest art still stupid seem,
And eloquence a stammering scream





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