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    The Creed of Poverty

    by Robert Burns
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    [When the commissioners of Excise told Burns that he was to act, and
    not to think; he took out his pencil and wrote "The Creed of
    Poverty."]

    In politics if thou would'st mix,
    And mean thy fortunes be;
    Bear this in mind--be deaf and blind;
    Let great folks hear and see.
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