Monday, 11 April 2011



Man cannot live by bread alone
Because his mind must feed also
Upon the things he reads and the things he hears
To build him up, even more so

Meaning that the man must think
The man must reason and please his thought
So his mind ages and his life experiences
What wisdom is, he cannot be taught

So he goes out in the big wide world
And he is sat on and shat on and trampled
He crawls he runs drives and flies
And at times, he weakly ambles

He starts off in his mothers bosom
He suckles like a lamb
And from life's luke warm milk
He eventually becomes a man

By Jesse Johnson