Why We Can Not Have It All - Poem by Bill Grace
Robert Bella taught me and a full lecture hall
Why we can not have it all
Back to Homer as a model and things profoundly distrubed
So far from Socrates and discourse and knowing self
We all want it all but we can not have it all
To act on visions from deep hubris is unbalance and death.
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