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Before Caesar became a god
I would have wished to meet him;
perhaps we might have had much in common.
With he as a god, though, I fear I have little to offer
in the way of conversation, but furthermore
(as I might speculate, but most certainly)
he would wish to discuss the objects of deity
where I have little expertise
trouble finds me easily as but a man
and I have little time, besides:
concerned with tomorrow
and forever
and ever
and ever
the end.

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The following comments are for "Before Caesar became a god"
by ESeufert

to ESeufert
I would like to too.

Very nice poem, and the style reminds me of someone..or something, can't remember what at the moment. It flows very well.

Anyways, great poem other than small things like " but a man" that line seems a but jarred to read after "little expertise-".

( Posted by: Furius [Member] On: November 30, 2002 )

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