Saturday, February 14, 2009

just for a moment

wild wild heart
show me other options
lost and found

broken glass
neither half empty
nor half full

notice now
explode the question
throw it out



gautami tripathy said...

I call these pausing moments. Love the last one.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I love the 2nd one. :) perfect!

Borut said...

Reminded me of William S. Burroughs’, the guru of the American Beat generation of writers, and his experimental novel The Ticket that Exploded – basically about words and the language, and how we are kept prisoners of sorts by them. He believed written word was a virus of sorts and claimed that unless man found new ways of expressing himself, on a more non-verbal level, he will not be able to evolve any further. Don Juan Matus, the Amerindian seer and teacher of Carlos Castaneda had similar views. He thought that man’s biologic evolution has come to an end. To survive as a species, man will have to evolve spiritually!?:)

Devika said...

"wild wild heart
show me other options
lost and found"

To me its mind that works out options, when the heart loses way...but then the heart/passion follows it through :)

"broken glass
neither half empty
nor half full"

liked it, but still some glasses hold water without the broken mirror which reflects of face...neither cut nor

"notice now
explode the question
throw it out"

thats a way of life, I am getting used to...if I hold on to questions or answers --life becomes so difficult...especially for the variety of questions we handle daily :)

Good set, Janet


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