The Mind Of Man

I stand on the earth and I work out a plan
To have all I desire.
I know what to do, and I shall go through;
I am the mind of man.

I test every place, I see what is here,
Buried in deep, half-hidden.
I know what to do, and I shall go through;
I am the mind of man.

I dare all the earth to keep what it has,
“Hold tight! Long as you can!
No giant rock will turn me aside;
I am the mind of man.”

I blast, and I drill, I drive endless still;
It gives me nothing easy.
I laugh and I sing for that very thing;
I am the mind of man.

Pry I, and pull, till my hands are too full!
I have all I desire!
I stand on the earth with all I am worth;
I am the mind of man.

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