The Extent of my social contribution to a stranger, new acquaintance, or my closest friend on this dark and dreary ordinary day/My strongest approach to the most desirable scent coated flesh in the room or the secret admiration of the past 18 months of whom I have never spoken/My sentiments to a shipwrecked long lost relative whose kinship I hold near and dear to my heart

From Art of Mind: Philosopoems to the World

*The Extent of my social contribution to a stranger, new acquaintance, or my closest friend on this dark and dreary ordinary day/My strongest approach to the most desirable scent coated flesh in the room or the secret admiration of the past 18 months of whom I have never spoken/My sentiments to a shipwrecked long lost relative whose kinship I hold near and dear to my heart*

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