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From a selection of poems based on Ibsens A Dolls House

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Admiration comes swiftly in the eyes of the bear
Yet truthfully he is too full of pride to allow it,
Letting the opportunity pass him by.
Fastidious and threatened
He brings down the friendly contender
His bitterness bearing a jealousy of
Love and infatuation with his one, sole belonging. 

Yet he shall never hold possession
For such a thing doesn’t belong to him
When his priority lie before that of loves’ desire
And after moneys’ command.

For this selfish act of kindness
Allows the bear to be but a coward
Suppressing all fears of personality
And instead a façade held for the world’s opinion and frame


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