of who you are
and what you live for. . .

Gaze across
the land and sky
and ocean vast–

let deep-drawn tides
the blessings
of your past,

as well as eagerness
for what you’ve got
in store,

And take good care
not too long to linger there,
and not to hoard,
but, rather,
get a table spread,
to share,

where everyone and everything
can gather
and be fed
refreshing nourishment
and deep encouragement
to be partaken everywhere,

from right here
for free and wide disbursement

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