A Sore Subject

By: Peter Thompson (School of Computer Science)
Competition Year: 2018
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A blind man cannot think his way to sight.
A poor man is no richer for his need.
You say we cannot look unless there's light
But, if that is the case, you must concede

There is no way to say for once and all
If gravity is real or things just fall.
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