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''When Masters Meet''

When lifted minds engage
be wise, let neophytes beware
The action that ensues
awes those unschooled in such affairs

When jedis wield their saber wit
let students watch and learn
Each word and thought will parry, thrust
and give strength in return

When adepts interact
they first will seek a strange rapport
And some will see the duel
and mistake it for a war

A master knows a master
for the cream has its own code
And language is the means
by which their greatness is bestowed

There is no quest for dominance
and neither fears defeat
It’s iron sharpening iron
every time that masters meet!

Not everyone can keep up. You'll be in synch with some and not with others. Some will get you and some won't. Some will speak a foreign language and never your thoughts shall meet. But ahh, the pleasure of the moment when kindred spirits traveling this plane meet and meld minds. Can there be any greater quench of mental thirst than this? Seek a mirror for your mind.

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Walt's Life Rhyme #416
(When Masters Meet)
© Walt F.J. Goodridge
Originally published: 09-16-2005
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