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Wholistic outsight

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posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 06:19 AM
Ummm...liking ever so much to turn the world on it's head...I proceed to do so...

Wholistic Outsight

Meditations perspective within
Draws ones thought to insight I am sure
Yet best by far contemplative begin
An outsight that in extro find allure

More to gain when full perspective shows
inclusive other minds my thoughts portend
That outsight doth include the inner knows
communal correlations name you friend

Wholistic that full degree confirm
Every soul uplift come join this song
Smoothen out the wrinkle and the berm
That outsight most inclusive then belong

Never fall prey to conformity...too much "Spock"...doth the boring make...


P.S...please forgive this first draft...I wrote it last Wednesday night just before sleepy time...tired is as tired does...
edit on 21-11-2015 by YouSir because: I was compelled...

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posted on Nov, 21 2015 @ 07:29 AM
a reply to: YouSir

I enjoyed made me laugh...oops, perhaps it wasn't meant to!
At first it seemed all complicated and ungainly but somehow it has integrity and expresses a simple truth.
I rarely comment and if someone else had I might not have, but I think it would be sad if your writing didn't elicit a little feedback.
I had to look up 'berm'

Regards midicon.

posted on Nov, 22 2015 @ 02:26 PM
a reply to: midicon

Ummm...Hello again Midicon...laughter is such a good...good thing...This poem was meant to humor...and cause pause for consideration...I was only speaking to an externalization of perception...rather than a considered internalization...It was a bit "tongue in cheek" I admit...But it was fun to consider and to write...

How are you doing my friend...I hope all in your life is well...I also wanted to thank you for your kindness to me...


posted on Nov, 22 2015 @ 11:37 PM
a reply to: YouSir

Hey YouSir, thanks for replying. You hit the mark with the humour, consideration thing...indeed that is what I took from the poem.
I am well my friend and life is good, despite the travails we all share now and then. I enjoyed the 'Falls Angelic' poem, which if I am honest is more my sort of thing.
No need to thank me for anything, it is a boon that you take the time to share your poetry and thoughts with us.

Regards midicon.

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