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Jan 2013
Unvalued values share not a single light,
For those of lightlessness bare yet greater height.
Those who deemed less are but greater in death,
For current values pose not to the lively civil wealth.

Facading flashy lights grabs the attention of all,
And do too of a beautiful face from Heaven a'fall,
Though see not in the outermost showing shell,
See what's greater in the innermost lively ****.

To the people of dullshipness should the fair rise a'fame,
Leaving the lesser yet greater in the hidden sides remain.
Appeal to the sweetness of their little filtered ears,
And be applauded for mediocre contents without fears.

To say the sweetness of their simple desiring thought,
But only the painfulness of the eyes do truths sought.
A mere simplistic phrase of how the undeserving always gets the fame, but the truly talented does not.
Jay M Wong
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