To do something, anything, is to do
something when a part of you doesn’t want
to. It has nothing to do with IQ,
nor the need to be a brilliant savant,
but rather, a stubborn gift of a mule,
a relentless salmon tenacity,
a sly foxes' consummate cunning cool,
an eagle’s blind eye contempt for pity,
are all what make up that essential thing,
that something, known as the power of will.
But more than anything, more than nothing
else, is that of the essence something skill
to make a shrewd use of our will power
and be a sense of humor avower.