bring it down upon us all for this i know
that poverty does purge all decadence of mind,
and so annealed in this village way resolve
to draw close all such kindred kind,
and, with all of those that we love,
will relax the penury of imagined richness,
and replace it with the richness of that penury;
where such as i have i will share with thee,
as thee would do for me i know.
such largesse bring down upon us now,
but dare not call it poverty,
rather, call it the hardship of love true blind,
that once pinioned, is in and of itself eternity.