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Magic
(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Magic

Poem By Tom Wolfe

Stop!
Defending yourself,
For shining just as bright as you are.
Like a star.
You ought to stop,
Not climbing heights to go far.
With attempts to dim your light,
When I know you're dynamite.

Let go and expose all your gifts.
You have been blessed,
And fortunate to get.

Let go and explode with a flair everywhere.
I know you are terrific.
And not one who is limited.
So stop,
Defending yourself.
Because I know you've got it.
Regardless what others may doubt.
Stop!
Defending yourself,
For shining just as bright as you are.
Like a star.

Stop!
Defending yourself,
For shining just as bright as you are.

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