SPACE-AGE QUESTION

What will men do, out in the starry deepsOf far-flung universe, if they meet lifeIn form unlike their own?Become once more as Cain? Again enactThe age-old crime and, weeping, reap anewThe anguish they have sown?

Nor lift a hand in fellowship and peace?

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