To spare your love from misdirection
And to cease your hopeless benediction,
Of mind and heart
And let not your love from reason depart.
Be more sapient than your eyes
See that which, beyond the horizon, lies.
Feel the splendor, but take caution
With your devotion
For that which promises much abundance
Will take from you without reluctance
See clearly your life’s direction
And offer all diversions sound rejection.