One finger said
to the other finger,
“I want to be close to you!”
The other finger said,
“I feel that we two are
Then they passionately wrapped around
each other intertwining.
A somewhat distant finger (away from
the other two) pointedly said,
“You two seem as if you were made for each other!”
Then, after a considerable time, fingers
of a supposedly separate
hand jealously came attacking,
and total war broke out.
A real fact is that,
the winners are the losers.
“Fingers of a supposedly separate hand — nice point! And lovely photo.
Thanks, Linda! 🙂 Unfortunately, man (as a whole) will not transcend to this level.
What a lovely flower 🙂
Thanks, Scifi! Give LM a big hug! 🙂
There are no “winners” in war – yet humans (in mass) seem incapable of acceptance, determined to dominate – makes one prefer wildflowers to humans!
Yes, it is scary how separative people can be. We are (as a whole) a very violent species… all too willing to kill (even over ideas).
Beautiful photo and wonderful food for thought….
Though a lot of people, Carol, might think it’s baloney! 🙂
Well, a lot of people would be wrong LOL
Always Tom, but we are slow to acknowledge – and in spite of your reminder, clever way of saying it.
Thanks, Paul! 🙂
Yes, we are way too slow. Such a slow is self-destructive.
Yes, almost like a dysfunction
Very interesting Tom and a very beautiful purple Illinois meadow wildflower (even with that hole on one petal which does not detract from its beauty one iota).
This is unrelated to this post Tom, but a new dinosaur has been discovered – just heard it on the news (though it made the news 2 days ago – didn’t make the news due to the big hearing I’d guess: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2018/09/news-ledumahadi-dinosaurs-sauropods-south-africa-evolution/
That image is absolutely gorgeous!!