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    The True Knowledge

    by Oscar Wilde
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    Thou knowest all; I seek in vain
    What lands to till or sow with seed--
    The land is black with briar and weed,
    Nor cares for falling tears or rain.

    Thou knowest all; I sit and wait
    With blinded eyes and hands that fail,
    Till the last lifting of the veil
    And the first opening of the gate.

    Thou knowest all; I cannot see.
    I trust I shall not live in vain,
    I know that we shall meet again
    In some divine eternity.
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