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by Cole DeLaune - December 02, 2003

Where do you envision yourself in fifty years?

Please describe yourself/your goals/your aspirations.

The man wonders why he has not always thought of himself in the third person, for each day is but a death and a subsequent rebirth. Although disdainful of dramatics, he exudes a talent for tragedy. Upon reflection, however, the incongruity is not so strange: poets, after all, have a special kind of destiny.

He is amused remembering the things onto…

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