?Are you evaluating this poem
as it is being read
?Are you wondering what the motive is
behind the writing of this poem
?Is a good poem a poem that helps
you to look at yourself without distortion,
without fragmentation,without preconceived judgments
?Is a question within a poem
a good thing to exist as
?Is the mind really separate
from the questions that are asked of it
?Is Saturday near,but the living organisms
(that one looks at)…distant
?Why would a question mark exist
at the beginning of a written question
?Can real empathy exist when there is
distance and separation
?Is intelligence without empathy and compassion
a superficial kind of intelligence
?Is “More all Day?” a cholesterol-laden,superficial question,
or is it a deep question from entities who really care about human beings
?Can one blossom beyond mediocrity
Is one separate from the words
of this poem?
More All Day? Hooray! (1) Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2017
More All Day? Hooray! (2) Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2017
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This is truly wonderful Tom.
Much appreciated, Sylvia! 🙂
I love this quirky take on things 🙂
Thank you, Aishwarya! 🙂 Me too!
picture up there remind monkey of where sometime walk Man & Lady & monkey there cell phone tower what loom up behind woods & marsh. whenever monkey look through tree of late fall & winter & early spring there stand tower in barren ugliness. then tree leaf out & monkey able for pretend tower not there. but behind curtain of leaf tower do work of routing text & talk between brain of many human creature. monkey suppose tower help some important communication travel from a to b but monkey prefer nature communicate with monkey through wordless rustling of leaf.
Quite a juxtaposition between the lovely blossoms and the crass billboard.
Yes, thank you, Karen! 🙂
Yes, Mr. Monkey, the wordless rustling of leaves always trumps man-made junk. (Sorry for using the word “Trump” in the previous sentence!) 🙂
I think deep in most of us there is a sense of separation and isolation – that maybe we don’t even recognise. We tend to look at something and see if we can connect with it in some way and if we can’t we can act in many different ways.
I think you have to be a very evolved person to have empathy at times of distance and separation. Although you can still be mindful of your mind and the way it’s seeing things!
Mostpeople look with (and “as”) separation. Don’t be Mostpeople. 🙂
Thinking on that one! 🙍🙍😊
wonderful words, Thomas, have a nice weekend, regards Mitza
Thanks much, Mitza! 🙂 We got a cold spell last night, and Tweetie was so happy (singing and making silly sounds) that i cranked up the heat! Have a great weekend!
Such an interesting combination, the nice pink blossom against the billboard (which at first I didn’t even take notice of 🙂 ). then the question marks… like a wake-up call, and then the questions as such… Well, seems that a poem, and words, thoughts.. should be felt, shouldn’t they? I always imagine that one can only “understand” or feel compassion for someone or something else, only by trying to “be one” with that other someone or something, which may in fact simply mean “accepting” (the word even says it somehow, “under-stand”). 🙂 A post really giving food for thought.
Thank you very much, Nicole! I’m so glad that you have an understanding regarding this. Yes, poems should be felt… not just rotely read! 🙂
Not too many relate to “a deep question from entities who really care about human beings”. Many want to express their own feeling. These are deep questions, Tom. 🙂
Thanks much, Amy! 🙂 We all should be good at asking serious questions.