Questions And Answers - Poem by Michael Poston
Is anything louder than complete silence?
No, a mind in silence is louder than anything.
How far will you go to get to nowhere?
For me nowhere, nowhere is back to self.
When does thinking become doing?
It doesn't, thinking is before doing, sometimes.
Why when something feels good, feels wrong afterwards?
Because what is viewed as right isn't always right.
How complicated is complicated (or) What is complicated?
When you listen to your mind instead of your heart it gets complicated.
What is death?
It's what happens to all living things.
How far is too far?
Feeling regret after passing the point of no return.
What is love?
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