look over here
They work it as a unit
In this poet’s book, if the Devil had a name it would be Jealousy.
… When we know we’ve grown worthy
Of our own good self-esteem
You can be the moon and still be…
I’d welcome them with ecstasy
That in life I’d been honored thus…
And — guess what? It is not the men
Accuse we of making a fuss
And keeping us from our potentials…
Alexander the Great said of his childhood tutor, Aristotle, that he could classify the universe ~ but needed help finding the village square.
The Devil hath a name ~ ’tis Jealousy