The voice of reason
has no expectations,
no preconceived notions.
It inquires thoughtfully.
It listens content that it will bear witness to many truths.
That within the body of facts new knowledge will be found.
Supported and arranged in a fashion that will not confound.
It is always mindful that the absence of evidence is evidence of absence
and not proof of absence, as others might contend.
Relying on pure logic it’s degree of understanding will never be truly complete
but it does what it can, its language Philosophers will defend.
J M Lysun