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An enemy I had, whose face I stoutly strove to know, For hard he dogged my steps unseen, wherever I did go. My plans he balked, my aims he foiled, he blocked my onward way. When for some lofty goal I toiled, he grimly said to me, “Nay.” One night I seized him and held him fast, from him the veil did draw, I looked upon his face at last and lo. . . . myself I saw.
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