25.1.07

A Poem: Givers Circle

Givers Circle

If you’re hungry
There’s always food
Always plenty
Of bread,
Wine,
Fish
And Potatoes
At the park across
From old St. Annes Church
Where the circle of givers
Give what they can
And the crowd of Takers
Take what they want
All in good grace
It’s a give and take kind of place.

If you’re looking for something
There’s plenty of something
Trinkets and blankets
Sticks,
Stones
And Wallets
At the that park
Just across from old St. Annes
Where the circle of givers
Meet on the weekends
And leave plenty of offers
For the rest of the week
Full of good grace
It’s a give and take kind of place.

There’s an old French woman
Baking cookies
For sweet teeth
And a farmer with a
Tophat trading Barley
For a smile,
The nationa’s flag is
Handed out on little sticks
And used for either
Silent prayer or
Firewood (kindling)

All in good grace
It’s a give and take kind of place.