Self-doubts

Child’s coming they had in it this far.
Was it necessary to journey so long?

The camels were so galled, squatting
On weary hoofs ,reluctant to go on.

It was a hard persuasion to continue,
When wracked by unending doubts.

The wise men are for self-discovery.
Their beards shook with self-doubts.

(reading T. S. Eliot’s poem Journey of the Magi)

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