When it is god's will
When it is God's will for the ship to founder,
in a safe harbour he breaks anchor and rigging,
and I see many die from little ill:
no man is sure how anything will end.
The wise man has no greater advantage
except that the foolish one sees less the future.
I see experience and judgement to be fallible:
fortune and chance alter their usage.
Autor(es): Ausiàs March, Raimon