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A post-it poem

Updated on October 26, 2012
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      Darrylmdavis 4 years ago from Brussels, Belgium

      Thanks, Azure! :-)

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      azure_sky 4 years ago from Somewhere on the Beach, if I am lucky :)

      Clever, Darryl!! Up ++

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      Darrylmdavis 4 years ago from Brussels, Belgium

      Indeed, we are. Thanks for stopping by.

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      Beth Beardall 4 years ago

      I had to read it a few times to take in the meaning. I like valleypoet's interpretation, that helped a lot. Insightful and deep - and true - aren't we always running away from the dissonance in our lives that is often caused by the situations we find ourselves in, after all?

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      Darrylmdavis 4 years ago from Brussels, Belgium

      Thanks, Coffee :-)

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      Marites Mabugat-Simbajon 4 years ago from Toronto, Ontario

      Brilliant, Darryl!

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      Darrylmdavis 4 years ago from Brussels, Belgium

      Thanks, Mhatter. Funny how the simplest things usually aren't.

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      Martin Kloess 4 years ago from San Francisco

      Should be simple... Not. You got me again. Good job. Thanks

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      Darrylmdavis 4 years ago from Brussels, Belgium

      Thanks, Valleypoet. I liked the Sartre reference...I guess several hours cooped up in a plane can turn a fellow philosophical. Your insightful comments are appreciated as always :-)

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      Valleypoet 4 years ago

      Darryl...firstly, this is another impressive creative presentation..all the votes for that!...the poem makes me think of Satre's quote 'Hell is other people'...we create our identities from the views of others, more so than we perhaps would like to admit. Those views, which we hold dear to, often conflict with other views we have of ourselves which have been cultivated during the course of our life....I guess we do have to, in a sense, be Omnipresent...be everywhere...leaving is perhaps a temporary escape from this absurdity...lots to chew on here Darryl....loved it. Voted up:-))