"No Greater Love" is a Raccontino. Similar to the Line Messaging poem (see 61 lines), this form also includes a hidden message.
Selfishness fits much more comfortably. But selfishness benefits no one.
To what are you clinging?
Let this goodbye of ours, this last goodbye, Be still and splendid like a forest tree...
How am I to pour out spiritual gifts, or natural friendship, or love? How can I give them to the Lord? In one way only—in the determination of the mind, and that takes about two seconds.