A poem of three stanzas and the value of idleness
Wise folk take the time to dream,
a time to nurture self-esteem,
to sit in quiet meditation
and banish stress and agitation.
Idlers have no time to chat,
nothing serious - this and that.
Busy bodies always hurry
full of stress and needless worry.
Workaholics cannot bear
those who simply stand and stare
and they're driven quite berserk
by those who'd rather think thank work.