[Forgot to post yesterday. Here are two poems to make up for lost time.]
A tangy flavor,
Sweet as nectar,
Sour as citrus,
But neither in essence.
Grown from a plant so fragile,
We support them with bales
To protect them from floods
Or faulty irrigation.
At last, they are ripe
Under the vernal sun
Making the world seem sweet
Or sour from human consumption.
[Taken from Napowrimo.net prompt]
Why settle for an Aristotle
When you can have a Kant?
The Kant has all new features
Like brand new Good Wills,
Brilliant Reverences for the Law,
And the best Categorical Imperatives!
The Aristotle only provides the Mean of Qualities
Only to practice a Virtue of Excellence.
With Kant, you can always alternate
From your Inclinations
And break through to your Moral Duties.
There is no Mean to it!
Reach the true Happiness
By exercising your Moral Goods!
Get your Kant today!