Two minds


We all hope we go far on our own
Nobody fought by my side in so many battles
Ideas I had was not on my own accord
I sorted the gods in ways I thought right
The heart of a dragon craves many eyes
And a single eye does not satisfy the dark
One mind can build the walls on China
But it takes another mind for it to stand or fall
Two minds of a raccoon is far greater than a mind of an ant.

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two heads combined is greater than one.Decision is more solid when consulted.