Behind their backs the hypocrites,
So eager to be seen and heard,
Saw nothing but the masks that fit
Their roles, and thus had their reward.
The boy his parents' hands released
And raised his head in silent prayer,
When suddenly the clamor ceased,
As in his thoughts I seemed to share:
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