How Have I Judged Thee, Let Me Count the Ways

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I judged the forest for I did not like its trees,

And I resented those trees for always blocking my light,

All the while complaining, that the sun shone too bright,

I even criticized the bees cause their honey wasn’t pleasing enough to me,

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