It's fine to talk about what you think of the piece, but we'd like to focus on what the piece makes you think about. Some questions to start:
Which of Penny's proverbs stand out to you as unusually witty or wise? Why?
Who is this poem talking to? If someone ran across this poem five hundred years from now, what assumptions might they make about the society it was written in?
What sayings might you add to such a collection?