In Search of Reason

Too naive to understand … constant run
we watched the grains of sand dwindle
lost in vast dimensions
to purpose reason
a simple understanding
…the path is not
conquered by having a why

(Once again I have borrowed from the brilliant minds of this week’s contributors to create a found poem. The author of each line is listed in the order they appear. Our challenge for the week was to consider the meaning of reason. Image my own.)

Time, paeansunplugged
Slipping Away, I Write Her
Choice, radhikasreflection
Lessons From the Cat, Sgeoil
Challenges, Eugi’s Causerie II
Let’s Understand, Blog of Hammad Rais
Journey of Moxie, Culture Shocks
Philosopher’s Lament, parallax

Thanks to all participants. See you tomorrow for a new challenge.

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

8 thoughts on “In Search of Reason

  1. VJ, I like the line “a simple understanding.” Sometimes we look for unknowable larger truths. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. That simple knowledge helps planners without knowing about a planet’s rotation. Keith

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