A Cliff-Note, Defacing Forever

By lupus tenebrae





To me, a conclusion
is simply a sliver
of wide rule;

a cliff-note defacing
forever with
a possible end

…but, that’s just me.

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Copyright 2013 lupus tenebrae
Published on Saturday, November 23, 2013.     Filed under: "Reflective" and "Poetry"

Author's Note:

I only had a shred of paper left in my journal, and so, this came to mind.
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  • A former member wrote: Often conclusions spawn the desire to know that they can be re~written with the turn of the tide. i often wonder...do we create such cliff~notes only to prove them wrong? Some, i suppose, find their conclusions and hold to them as if their truths are what keeps their very heart beating. Some come to conclusions yet, with an open view, come to further conclusions that their conclusions are unfounded (a neverending process). Tis the most wise that make none a'tall, or, as Kinki says, belay all and simply admire the view. i am in the second category, working towards the third...and yet...is that not but more conclusion? Hehe...your word choices are excellent. i could go on about this forever and will no doubt ponder it for weeks. Thank you.

  • A former member wrote: All endings are subject to personal interpretation. No reasoning is truly 'concluded'. A lot said in very few words, much enjoyed.

  • soul_versing On Saturday, November 23, 2013, soul_versing (1096)By person wrote:

    I truly understand this... My mind is clockwork and forever changes, and I'm never fully satisfied. Bows- Scholar

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