For my Professors Mary A. Schilling & Jean Cuvelier
Share with me the beauty of the pen, the smell device of paradoxical selection,
The inquisitive sense of hateful teachers; shared with me the major premise
Of the dogmatic repetition, the distance of space between illiterate and erudite;
The preparatory pool of civilization; share with me the concession of lovely educators,
The one who will offer you a number of examples of scrupulously genius
Who are now lying down in the details toward the immortal link of our weakness?
Share with me the Olympian perspective of a god, an angel, and a human
Not only the one who walks backward with exposition of requirement,
But the one who will challenge you and lift you and make you angry
To learn more and more the useless structure of learning!
Share with me the unseeing of which the architects prove somewhat controversial
Of what Socrates has interpreted it as an unholy quotation, which you with me
Are going to attain what is up there but you will be able to discuss the significant
Aspects of our beliefs and that hungry so frequent that make us to scream
For such wealthy accomplishments.
Share with me a book, the argumentation of nonsense in which it is often
Impossible for all of us to reach decisions in front of the truth;
Share with me the pleasure of being aware of what is there, and take
By our teeth the tasteful knowledge of purpose, and please share with me
The abstraction of a sense of William Shakespeare and the comely mind of Keats;
Share with me the confirmation, but you may omit a formal
Conclusion that education should not be for all the reservoirs or the beasts,
Rather for the tone of resection!