The beautiful is fair. The just is fair.
Yet one is commonplace and one is rare,
One everywhere, one scarcely anywhere.

So fair unfair a world. Had we the wit
To use the surplus for the deficit,
We’d make a fairer fairer world of it.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Robert Francis's poem Fair And Unfair

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