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How Deep Poem by JenOf Poetry

Deep in thought how deep can thoughts go
Self preservation
Family situations
Love relations
Friendship conversations
Random reflections
Deep in thought
Thoughts can go deeper
The Analyzing
The Rationalizing
The Deciding
The Wondering
The Happening
The Cause and affect
The What if’s
Going deeper in thought
How much thinking is too much
Is it possible to be consumed by your own thoughts
Can your own thoughts cause you to go mental
Are you really thinking your own thought and not what someone else is thinking
What thoughts should one be thinking
When thoughts fill the mind it is that sorting time
Sort what is necessary to think about
Sort what is foolish and unnecessary
Thought can stress the mind and emotions
The thought that are running thru this mind are things that will and can be dealt with in time..

Submitted: Saturday, July 9, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 9, 2014

Topic of this poem: poetry

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