Charles H. Thornton
Philosophy In Circles - Poem by Charles H. Thornton
Circles intersecting at a single point
Reminds of ripples caused by a stone
Thrown into a body of water
Ever widening and moving away
From the initial point of contact.
Such should be the course of influence,
Benefiting others in contact,
Reaching and widening our scope.
Even into future generations.
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