well that sure makes one think dosnt it?
That is the question Susan, "Can we see the depth?" it could range from a mulitude of reasons, the depth of ones love, for instance.I enjoyed your poem very much.Take care.Yvonne.
Great poem and I love the accompanying picture.
again a nice poem........keepin a deep meanin inside....
You are so good at this sort of thing - beautifully done.
few write on a felling like a thoughtur porms r thoughtful n meaningful tohats off
such a wealth of meaning in this little poem femin...beautiful:)
Wonderful work.Very creative.
Really beautiful poems, liked your style of writing
Really beautiful poems, liked the style of writing
Hi Susan :)You have very beautifully, logically and forcefully brought out a great truth in simple easy to understand words. Very often we don't think what we are saying and in the process cause deep wounds to people. We don't understand how deep the wound is and sometimes the wounds don't heal over a life time.So it is better to think before talking. Sometimes it is better to talk less and listen more. God has given us two ears and one mouth so that we can hear more and talk less. Unfortunately, we tend to talk more and listen less and create a lot of misunderstanding and leave a lot of holes in peoples minds.Great writing. I enjoyed reading it. Many thanks.Best wishes :)
Very true, "Glance can't weigh"AT the bottom of the heart any great person might have a wound.
"That small words cause deep harmWe may neglect its littlenessBut always do to see its depth." That was so profound. Your poem made me reflect deep. Thank You Susan and your comment on my travel blog was very much appreciated :).
Next time we think about covering up that ant mound in our yard think about God's little creatures who tunnel and create little rooms and chasms to do their business. Don't know what show it was, probably PBS, where this dude had this idea of pouring melted aluminum down an ant hole, after it cooled down he excavated it and what he discovered was this vast world underground tunnel system that had mulitiple veined rooms 2-3 feet wide and almost 5 feet in height. I was amazed and that little story has stuck with me and I have never looked at an ant mound the same. I think this guy ended up putting these "ant farm sculptures" in galleries for sale.And hey thanks for stopping by and poking your head in....=^..^=
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