The devious paths of worldly glory lay Before me, and my heart exultant rose, In self-sufficient pride, to choose of those One for myself,—nor word nor deed might stay My eagerness for self-sought, self-made fray Against self-chosen, self-evoked foes. Yet strange the battle went.
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