"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?
This Last Goodbye
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.