When some brave heart, undaunted by the cloud Of matter witnesses, steps out ahead And holds the light of vision, so endowed, For others who, less foot-sure, fearing, dread To loose their chains, the world cries, "Dreamer!" Vain To earth-bound sense the glorious freedom seems. But vision, humble born, is not of dreams: True substance, proving every step is gain.
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