How to with-stand the limit

In-sides for

bad days

bad weather

the worst feelings

 

No in- far enough

to escape the occasion

completely

 

but, at least,

in-side possibility

tempering

out-side necessity;

 

and out-sides for

good days

good feelings

the best weather

 

No out- far enough

to enter the occasion

completely

 

but, at least,

out-side possibility

immersing

in-side necessity.

 

For that which

side to side

knows best and worst

 

No in-

so far in

as to wall up

the worst feelings

 

nor out-

so far out

as to become

the best weather.

 

That which,

in- and out-,

there-for

knows

side to side,

in-side-out

steadies

the difference

 

but never anything

completely.

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