Mindset

Mindset

A Poem by Wallflower
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Living can really taint Life sometimes. Time to wipe the windshield again.

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Whatever may Be

Is only as real

As the hermeneutics of the mind

Allow

Thoughts

To become truth,

To become tell tale of particular kinds.

 

Interpretations are not free

Will you sell yourself short

By obsessing over instances

Ignoring

Universals.

Variations teach the lessons

That the steady root disseminates.

Where and when

Difference meets agreement

You transcend

Beyond what’s real and here,

You realize that realization

Is the futileness

In it all.

 

Breathe the beauty

Of the human flaw.

Change your thoughts,

Change it all.


The methodological

Blunder of our time.

Clear your thoughts

Change your mind.

Feel your life,

Reality's fine.

 


© 2011 Wallflower



Author's Note

Wallflower
Photo is "The Unmade Bed" by Imogen Cunningham

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Again, you managed to convey a big, big truth wrapped gorgeously in velvety-smooth words...

"Breathe the beauty

Of the human flaw."

My favorite line.

Letting go of circular, destructive thought patterns. Seeing what is, and accepting it as reality - so much harder than it sounds, but maybe not.

Brilliant. Thank you~

Posted 5 Years Ago



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