|Original Photoart from the very talented artist Sue Ann.|
Failure to take ownership of one's responsibilities; failure to assume the consequences levied as the result of one's actions, can forever impede the self. Here, the ratio and position of one's internal markings, may mire upon the fallback of cleverly sewn deceptions. Yet, these deceptions, while moments of elation keen to immaturities sense of ego, it has harmful side effects coded within. For all the spikes and shifts in life, the self finds movement in the diversity of its travels. Here, it is in such motion, where stagnancy can divide the split between what is and what appears to be, where short term prosperity eventually tears the cheek, deep and achingly, as examined along scales and gradients efficient in predicting the developments of internal growth.
What if Tom's duplicitous plan had been revealed. What if the deceived demand renumeration, but without satisfaction they returned. Is it inconceivable then, to imagine a retribution therein returned, where the fencing no longer would be found standing tall, instead it would rest, asleep upon the grass it's shadow overlooks. And I can see the clever boy, returning to find the fencing a-rest. Yet, considers not the consequence, but rather laughs, in that this was the best revenge his duped could do. Yet the joke would be on young Tom, for after uprighting the fence again, he then knew, not only the whitewash must he redo, but now the matter of the grass must also be attended to….I can see him now, scouring the street, with intentioned eyes to find, those interested in playing the best of games.
Head on over to D'Verse, where Brian Miller is hosting Poetics. He's showcasing the art and photart of Sue Ann, who has lent her work for our poetic inspiration.