How to make a choice.

How to make a choice.

A Poem by Ryan Falzon - Tymon

A poem on how to make a choice in life.

No matter how free we may appear to be, no matter 
how far our wings may spread, we are always limited 
by our shortsightedness, our opportunities, our 
resources, and our knowledge. Always remember those 
four ingredients.

 Sight - How much can we see? Can we see the full 
situation? Can we see all opportunities? Can we see 
possible resources that can be harvested? There are 
always more possible options, we are just too narrow 
minded To see them.

Opportunity - We may have the proper ingredients, but 
is the world ready to cook? Are our skills actually 
needed? Are there any helping hands? You must cook 
with the ingredients the world throws at you.

Resources - What of our power? Do we have enough 
money? Enough Time? Are my skills significant to this 
opportunity? Am I wasting too much resources? Can I 
harvest more from hidden means?

Knowledge - to make the right decision, one must 
acquire information. Each choice has it's possible end 
result, and, as the technological world states GIGO
(Garbage in, Garbage out). Make the wrong actions, 
and the result will be garbage. Gather Information 
before hand, gain knowledge, gain power to see, power 
to choose.

© 2011 Ryan Falzon - Tymon

My Review

Would you like to review this Poem?
Login | Register

Share This
Request Read Request
Add to Library My Library
Subscribe Subscribe


Added on July 21, 2011
Last Updated on July 21, 2011


Ryan Falzon - Tymon
Ryan Falzon - Tymon


You wish to know more about me? You want to see what I see? Then listen to the words I write. With them I will give you my sight. I'm a thinker in my time. Making everything rhyme. Wondering w.. more..