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Famous Poet Describes His Capacity for Evil

Walt Whitman, one of the greatest of American poets writes in, "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" of his capacity for evil:

I am he who knew what it was to be evil,I too knitted the old knot of contrariety,Blabb’d, blush’d, resented, lied, ...

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