SAGACITY

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By Irene Guthrie
Dec 2006

Sagacity, sagacity
Where art thou sagacity?

Are you sleeping?
Are you on some drug?
Are you infected with some nasty bug?

Have you fled the brethren?
Taken a journey these many long years?
Has naivete become most dear?

Sagacity, sagacity
Where art thou sagacity?

Are you gone forever?
Are you lost in deception?
Are you forlorn in Babylon?

Have you left your senses?
Complacency filled you with worldliness?
Fear you not, eternity?

We’re calling, “Come back!”
We need you, “Come back!”
We perish as the people of God without you!

Sagacity, sagacity
Where art thou sagacity?

Sagacity: n. The quality of being discerning, sound in judgment, and farsighted; wisdom.
American Heritage Dictionary

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