Nothing Less - Poem by Hannington Mumo
I’ll settle for nothing less
For this is unworthy of a godly man;
I’ll the true faith forever confess
And all try to holistically earn,
And settle for nothing less.
Nothing short of the total measure,
Well-beaten and overflowing should I want,
Nothing short of the full endowment of Nature
(Despite those who swear that I can’t)
Should be my goal or stay.
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