The simplest words ache with meaning
Awaiting their full release in a listening ear.
Delving deeper into the heart of meaning making
Holds the possibility of emerging wiser.
Never hold back from the easy words
That draw together communities eager to relate.
Leave the hardened words for technocrats
Who need the precision and beauty
Which only comes from purest wisdom,
The insight from which science grows.


David Scanlon – England – (1963 - )

Scanlon. D (2016) Poetry for business: fired by passion. The Foolish Poet Press, Wilmslow, England. SIMPLE WORDS. Page Number 3.


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