where does this piece come from, anyone know?

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Does anyone know where these lines come from:

"I, whom you see, the man with a name Am a son of the Golden Eagle; I grew wings and feathers in the egg. A child, I slept in my cradle; A youth, I watched the door; A man, I flew in the sky. Though the sky is high and wide, I do not fear; Though the way is steep and narrow;, I am not afraid."


-- hugh karl gallagher (hughkarl@uq.net.au), July 14, 1999

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