Get for me to the exclusion of thee

Get for me to the exclusion of thee
may be how we’ve taught ourselves to see
our economy
Yet in open hours
our families and communities cooperate
nature and the widest universe
unify diversity
self-centered or whole-working: do we choose?
No! for our culture blinds us to our choice
to engage ourselves openly and publicly for our
mutual good and
the good of the seventh generation of
our grandchildren

:- Doug.

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