Wait for the dawning

new ideas?

forthright intention

or uncandid snare

a one size fits all

or tailored-made

new is not always better

til proven worthy

Reena’s Xploration Challenge #212

It’s new … does it mean it’s welcome?

-Eugi

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“Sometimes, the most meaningful messages are shared through the fewest words.” - Julie B. Campbell
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20 Comments

  1. Very true.

  2. The last line sums it up. It’s not about being new or old.

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  4. True lines. I liked the photo too. 🙂

  5. Nope, Not Pam

    So very true, I love the allegories and your also back in my reader 🙂

  6. So true …. but sometimes all new needs is time to show it’s worthiness.

  7. Like shoes… new has to be broken in?
    Certainly there are some ‘New’ things I can do without 🙂

    • Some “new” things need time to prove their value. I’m not one to pounce on purchasing something new until I know more about it, especially electronics. 😉

      • Hubby’s got a smart phone… Through his work. (Though retired he still helps occasionally so he gets to keep it).

        So many phones and plans. For a while there was one type of smart phone they wouldn’t allow on planes. Not sure if that issue was fixed.

        I still have records and CD’s. I remember 8track tapes and cassettes. And of course the ‘real’ dial phones. And TV’s with picture tubes. Us older folks need to stick together, so we can get lost together 😉

      • Ha ha! I love the last sentence in your comment! Yep, I remember all that stuff too. I love some of the new fangled stuff like smart phones and computers. We don’t don’t buy the newest trends but wait and see how they fare. 😉

      • 😀

  8. Very interesting question Eugi!! And a solid poem to back up the question….New is NOT necessarily better indeed…..
    {{{hugs}}} Sherri-Ellen (BellaSita Mum) & purrss BellaDharma

  9. Some old possessions hold precious memories. <3 Love this poem and agree with the sentiments, Eugi!

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