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"Fatal Flaw" by Joe DiMino

What is Wisdom
Without the fatal flaw?

Wiser to avoid to say,
Because it is wise
We should flip
Not one switch more—

Recalling in mind 
All foundations
Latter proving wrong

That which we
Stubbornly follow
Vertical beams of light
The ones
We were first
To adore

And truly the wise 
Know they less also know
Moving forward with reservation
Keeping in mind
Though the sentiment 
May be right
In some measure
We always
Wrongly explore

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