Edward J. Goodman. Too Curious. London; Guildford: Bentley & Son, 1888 — Source.

Have I lost myself?

A notable question I’m sure for amelioration is inconceivable

Too curious is a mind that covets without contrition

Perhaps too many desideration’s?

They are more like unshakable ghosts eager to haunt

To save me is to kill me, as fate just contradicts archaic modes

Integrity is in the guise of swift imagination’s making fools for fun

Where am I?

Dissipated behind the curtain, too aware of the eyes of death which is at length

I have lost myself

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