John Alexander Malone
Analects Of Thought - Poem by John Alexander Malone
Sustenance of body and mind, nourishment
to fill unfeigned desire and to feed many folds.
Knowledge to allay the appetite of the spirit
and the hunger of the soul.
Seeds of infinitive consciousness sown in fertile fields
and harvested by gatherers to reap the bountiful yields.
Tables set for inspiration and sapid wisdom to share
with those who quest the reward
and accept it's priceless fare.
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