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Poem: The Hope in Unfortunate Ends 

The Hope in Unfortunate Ends

There’s so much of me in our boy,
So much of me you’ve chosen not to love,
Qualities that have stirred you to cease
Nurturing an ideal of Us,

Qualities you must now learn to love
in him.

Speaking of , Children

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