Photo: Smadar Halperin-Epshtein
If you have in hand a carrot
Dangle it not
Before the starved.
If you hold a drink of water
Don’t spill it in view
Of thirsty who don’t have.
Power doesn’t lie
In tormenting the helpless.
Do not dishonor justice
Whilst children beg for salve.
Merriam-Webster’s word for June 16, 2018:
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