More or Less

Updated: Jul 13, 2020

Our desires have more legs 

than a million centipedes.

Our aversions have more fists 

than a dog has fleas.

Our love has less compassion 

than ways to a cat skin.

Our will has less strength 

than spit against the wind.


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