Commentary and Philosophy Poetry posted December 2, 2015 Chapters:  ...32 33 -34- 35... 

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Action required, a monorhyme

A chapter in the book More Opinions & Politics 2013~2017


by BeasPeas

'More Opinions, Politics & Comments' ~ #34-401-B

Confusion leaves us between and betwixt.
We tend to blame the mind for playing tricks.
Psyche seems weighted by stones and bricks,
while our brain overloads as if it's bewitched.

We attempt to scratch what is being itched.
Plausible solutions are neatly nixed.
Facing the unknown, emotions are mixed.

Before taking the leap, we stand transfixed,
unsure of the outcome action predicts.
But there are few mistakes that can't be fixed,
then sigh with relief when problem's deep-sixed.

Marilyn D.F. Boire ~ December 2, 2015
'More Opinions, Politics & Comments'



Most times the solution to a problem just requires taking some action. If that doesn't work, try something else.
This is a monorhyme. All lines have 10 syllables. Thank you for reading my poetry.
Image: "Relativity" lithograph 1953, by M.C. Escher (1898-1972).
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