Suresh

Interaction

 

Interaction
04/29/2020


I walk down the garden path, and cause the action of motion
I rejoice in the beauty of nature, and cause the action of emotion
I hear the cacophony of chimpanzees, and call it commotion
I watch water come to boil, lapse of time, senseless inaction
I watch the sand of hourglass flow, knowing inaction to be action
Understanding how progression will happen, relies on my reaction
Even what appears in life as stagnant, requires my interaction

Comments4

  • orchidee

    Good write Suresh.
    Yes, otherwise we may be like lamp-posts. Yet even they give light, though they just stand there, seemingly inactive.
    I'm going nutty. I felt sorry for a lamp-post outdoors on a winter's night! lol.

    • Suresh

      Just imagine what the lamp post felt when a couple of dogs approached

    • Suresh

      Just imagine what the lamp post felt when a couple of dogs approached

    • dusk arising

      An evolution of diction in realisation.

    • Goldfinch60

      We need to interact with everything and everybody in a positive way and then the world may be healed.

      Andy



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