The person who trusts is happy; the person who doubts is wise.
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He stares at the new gate as a calf.
Among many midwives the child is lost.
It has neither rhyme nor reason.
A master's request is a command.
He seeks a knot even on the rush.
I have already seen a crow on a pole.
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