Par, or: The course Posted on August 29, 2021 by ben Alexander A shadorma my life is not an exciting one; perhaps that is a blessing cleverly disguised... so I imagine... Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
23 thoughts on “Par, or: The course”
Excitement is highly overrated.
Moreover- it’s totally subjective. My most exciting moment thus far this week was picking up a large print of one of my images. Not at ALL “exciting” to the world at large.
Perspective, my friend. Perspective.
😍 Tina 😍 – thank you! How did the print turn out?
I think you’re on the safer side. Well written. 🙂
too safe, perhaps?
Can never be safe enough…says the lady who lives life far from the edge.
But drama still finds me. 🙂
Just the way I
❤ thanks, Cindy ❤
I don’t believe in living life to the full, I believe in playing it safe. It seems that you do too
Yeah, ultimately, I do, James… but there’s a little voice at the back of my mind that always whispers: “what if?” 🙂
What if…. I could go to sleep without medication? What if…. I didn’t have my mental illness? Fortunately, this country I live in gives disability cheques for people with mental illness. God bless
I wish you all the very best too, kind Sir 🙂
Excitement is overrated. Contentment is the capstone of life – at least that’s my opinion….
contentment is definitely safer 😉
Not too different for teenage, either but I think ‘exciting’ can be subjective 🤔 Interesting write!
I guess it seems to me that it’s it’s easier for younger people to dream of having exciting lives than people who are married and have children 🙂
My bad, I thought you were referring to adulthood, in general🤦
well I was only referring to myself in this poem – but it’s art – so your interpretation is equally valid! what I meant in this poem ceased to be important when I published it for you to read ❤
Thank you! That’s a kind thought!
I’m not just saying that – I really mean it, Deepthy.
Yeah, I get what you mean. No worries!! 💕
That is such a wonderful way to look at it, David. Love it!❤️
I “imagine” you would, Grace ❤ 😉