Understanding
by C. Shepherd-O'Callaghan


obviously still holding this point
standing with pride this
smiling to disarm the concern
at a point not of self
part of depth subtly hinted
a strength shown and left to stand
a hint obvious and point known
the voice of opposition and the voice of agreement
always everywhere in a coincidence of chance
suggesting with subtlety and comment known
truly understanding but leaving at jest
warm at point of true chill
an introduction of why there is
to point out the unknown into the true give
the conversation short the points strong
Met have






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