The Generous Spirit - Poem by Robert Rittel
The daily task of life sustained by care,
the generous spirit by endeavors in dare.
The eager force that creates the path so bright,
taken the courage to the darkest invisible light.
That natural instinct of righteous concern,
with the wisdom that can perform and is diligent to learn.
Those attractions to companies in pain,
creating hope where only illusion had its stain.
Facing those who exercise the power of legislation,
showing them the moral mirror of their temptation.
Outwits the court by simple examples and their good receives,
taken stand for those who misperceives.
All is peaceable at moments in occasion rise,
which has nothing to do with sacrifice.
Regarding the helpless more so pure,
never wondering how much to endure.
Caring words and deeds of tenderness,
the law and reason of spirit depends.
Declaring the forces of evil so overrated,
when only fear is the dilemma understated.
Never taken the written laws as foundation test,
when he knows that beliefs are not the human best.
Taken virtue in quality of action to the rest.
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