Poetry

Concerning Phenomena

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paper doll people

faceless selfies judgmental

human oddities

nature unselfish

flora and fauna adapt

reflective balance

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Welcome to Week 47!  

Reena’s Exploration Challenge – Week 47

Writers love exploring inner worlds, which is but their unique reflection on the outer world. I am sure sanyasis living alone in forests or hilltops respond to the elements of nature around them. A solitary, unconnected existence appears to be impossible. And if we are just blocks of a structure, or links in a chain, we cannot stop being judgemental (however much you lambast the word) about the factors that influence our individual and combined lives.

We say nature is unpredictable, because we don’t understand the code that drives it.  Do we understand human nature fully?

 You’re more than welcome to visit my other blog, ThusNSuch

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 -Eugenia

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  1. I have read this a dozen times, Eugenia. I really got a lot from it. However, it appears I am speechless… This never happens to me, so I do not know quite how to react, other than to say “Happy TGIF” and don’t mind me; I will show my way out, in a while. 🙂

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    • 🙂 Sometimes, I get a little wacky with my intent. Not only do I like to make an all-out attempt to address Reena’s challenge, I prefer to use a poetic form to work it. It’s all in fun and being creative. Some of my poems in my BrewNSpew Cafe series are, as I describe them – wacky.

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