Choice and the supposed burden.

In the puddle of all fear

where reaction to thought

and choice mingle in the swirling

phantom wind,

one sits,

staring at Venus



Socks drenched

from the waste of chatter

one cannot predict the future

even with the fury of enthusiasm.

                                         “I don’t resist the water,

                                                         I entirely identify myself with water”*

Will you then accept

the uselessness

in a playful manner

without constrain?

* quoted lines from (audio) Alan Watts (Taoism) – Wisdom of the Ridiculous (Pt. 2 of 2)


~ by Aquatic Poetry on March 20, 2012.

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