Things that flow within my mind
And this leaves me hoping that we do get the answers when the time comes...or at least have no awareness of the silence.
Talon:If I'm given chooses threeI take 1 or 3 and pray not for 2.
Well done ... and you already had a comment. Wonderful. Blessings to Talon.Poem on, Ellis. :-)
I always wonder if one was able to know the answers when the time comes, would one care still?
somewhat chilling...darkness is so quiet it makes one's ears ring so the mind will not go mad.
OMG a post!So curious with the questions- Maybe you get answers but no longer have emotion to react to them! No anger, no Ah-Ha! moment- No brainwaves to question the answers!
JamieDedes:And a Thanks Also one for dropping by.Lynn:A question for a questionThey spin within you too.Paige:Long time no see Then I’ve not been the best for dropping by either. ThanksSnaggle Tooth:LOL yes it is the muses fault.So if there is none of the aboveWould one need the answer?Questions within questionsAround and around Snaggle and I go
Ask the flowers, they know about beauty. Ask the rain, it knows about hope. Ask the sparrow, it knows about joy. Xxoo
Jannie Funster:And yet they tell us not.
A wonderful poem Ellis. My thoughts almost exactly :)
ElizabethR:A big thanks
Ellis, I really like that you're writing poems again. I would think that when you die the questions aren't important anymore. I think there's a quiet peacefulness or at least that's my hope:~)Have a good weekend, Ellis
Sara:Will ah ya??eyes crossingholding breathfish gluefondueGod who knew**********************My mother took her 45And said with a tinkle in her eyeI’m going after your dadSo you better not get madNow son don’t be sadFor your father I’m going to bagplease whatever your plan to doForget that damn bowl of fondue
Second reading as satifying as the first, Ellis. Questions here we all ask. Well stated.
JamieDedes:QuestionsIn youth not neededIn middle age no timeNow as life slips bylong forgotten
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