I won't judge this book by it's cover,
Nor this person by their scars,
I won't have to make my judgement alone,
In a world of our own, everything is ours,
Ignorance makes the bliss blind,
And right now I can't see a thing,
Thinking we know it all,
We don't know how irrational we're being,
But we curse anyone who tries to stop us,
Never cease to amaze,
We want the whole ocean,
instead of riding on these waves.
------- Author's Notes -------
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, July 11 2006, 08:26 pm|
Wilthethrill, I've got some thoughts....and I'll be glad to share them with you. First of all, hello Wil, glad to see you back! Second of all, I agree with you. Sometimes, we can be willfully ignorant; where we blantantly choose wrong over right and bad over good. Where we choose not to accept the right opinion or fact for that matter. Knowing that our friends are trying to help us, knowing the outcome that will follow our actions, yet we stupidity get in the way of making that correct judgement. What a darn good poem! Enjoyable read!
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