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Accidie/Though thunder splits the mountains,/Deaf men will not hear / And though in the noonday Heaven /The sun burns white and clear,/Blind men will not see it./But we, thus eared and eyed,/Lack even the lame excuses/Infirmities provide./(Translated by Graeme Wilson)
Removed the above poem from previous edit due to lack of proper references. Also, finds it quite impossible (and unnecessary) to fill the content with every work of Yi Hwang. Nuyos (talk) 14:47, 8 July 2010 (UTC)