"Let us forget such words,
and all they mean,
as Hatred, Bitterness and Rancor,
Greed, Intolerance, Bigotry.
Let us renew our faith
and pledge to Man,
his right to be Himself,
and free."
by:
Edna St. Vincent Millay
(1892-1950) Poet and playwright (used the pseudonym Nancy Boyd), first woman to receive Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, 1928
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Pollyanna, how nice to meet you. NICE - adj. from Latin nescius, ignorant, from nescire, to be ignorant.
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    She definitely inhales. And she forgot envy, ambition, and perversion.
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