Margaret Alice

Rookie - 3 Points (The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

25.07.2009 Thoughts Manifest In Limited Context


2 July 2009: Watched Moonstruck last night
when I should have been tucked up in bed,
Nicholas Cage when he was young, Cher
looking absolutely beautiful, romance bloomed,
the way it does not in life – but no matter dear,
it blooms in fantasy all the time, just read the right
kind of poetry and mix in your own dream – voilà,
la dolce vita is created in our minds. Everybody I
meet only consists in my perceptions, I cannot
know you as you are, neither can you know me
outside the framework of your personal inter-
pretations of your own perceptions – heavens,
I shudder to think what most people must think
of me, given what I think of some people – luckily,
we cannot read minds and thoughts only manifest
in limited context – I’ll keep quiet about my ideas
if you’ll keep quiet about yours – NO, this is much
too boring, tell me lots of things so I can read
between the lines; I LOVE reading more into
reality than people claim there is!

Submitted: Saturday, July 25, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, September 01, 2009

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  • Rookie Black Mendilouche (7/25/2009 12:42:00 PM)

    Thankyou for posting this thoughtful piece, It speaks to me and reflects my own feelings.

    I also like the style and shape of it - something that I am learning to develop myself - this shows me how it can be done well and is therefore an inspiration! (Report) Reply

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