Louis Gibbs

DOUBLE VISION

 

You may wonder why

At times I appear distracted,

Somewhat confused.

 

Blame it on double vision;

 

One eye observing

That which surrounds me,

The other captivated

By the horizon,

 

And beyond.

Comments6

  • Goldfinch60

    WE should always look at both our lives and what is beyond them. Good deep write.

    • Louis Gibbs

      So true. Thanks, Goldie.

    • orchidee

      A fine write Louis.

      • Louis Gibbs

        Glad that you liked it, 'O'.

      • WL Schuett

        Perfect description of a poet ... well done

        • Louis Gibbs

          Well put, WL! Thanks.

        • FredPeyer

          Your excellent poem made me re-evaluate my own vision, and I realized that I must have a third eye, the one looking backwards at the road traveled. You do have this great abillity to say so much with very little. Kudos!

          • Louis Gibbs

            Much has been said and written about the third eye we all possess, Fred. It sees much. Thank you for your very kind remarks, my friend.

          • malubotelho

            Great write Louis. I thought I was the only one distracted here. I say I have a scattered mind that flys everywhere and my eyes flutters more than a butterfly. Is this distraction or interest? I'm not sure. Lovely little piece.

            • Louis Gibbs

              Could be either or both, I suppose. Thanks for your lovely comment, Malu, and for making it a fav!

              • malubotelho

                Welcome

              • Poetic Dan

                As I read your words my mind was set free, even struggling to finish them as my focus became blurd.
                Brilliant!

                • Louis Gibbs

                  I'm flattered that it had so profound an impact, Dan. Thank you for sharing this!



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