Questionable

Spinning in a bit of ineffectual conundrum…what reaches the paper expands…

Does remarking constitute remarkable?

Do I discover value only when change causes difference?

Is recognition of closeness a result of disjunction?

What engineers a ‘train of thought’ – who lays the track?

Which is more creative – reading or writing?

When are thoughts and feelings the same?

Is language a metaphor?

Who asked you?

Does the talking stop at conversation’s end?

What does skin separate?

When does beginning begin?

Why is death?

What is meant by ‘same’?

Is there anything as dangerous as freedom?  Anything as certain as risk?

What  are the ingredients of making?

How do we identify?

Do emotions signify?  If so, what?  If not, why?

When?

What is gained by loss?

Are these questions rhetorical?  Essential?  Trivial?  For whom?

Who answers how and what kind of who does that make?

What?!?

Please feel free to respond to any or all of the above – wisdom/insight/hypotheses are warmly welcomed!

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11 thoughts on “Questionable

  1. Sometimes
    Words
    Is just
    Knitting with ants.
    Sometimes
    Questions
    Is just
    Wriggling out of
    One collapsed
    Tunnel
    Into another.
    Tangled tongues,
    Neural motors
    Racing gearless,
    Mind talking
    For fear,
    (utter, gut-loosening fear),
    Of silence.

    But
    Only sometimes……

  2. And Death, (as a plant once told me), is the origin and progenitor of Life. Human beings, as is their usual wont, gone topsy turvy in their smart-ass, lets-explain-the-Universe way…

  3. Not a good idea for me to read all these questions prior to bed time .. there is one in particular that will keep me awake for hours “What engineers a ‘train of thought’ – who lays the track?” 😉 I would love to hear your answer!!!

  4. Good idea for a future post – I’ll attempt it…these were my unanswerables…would love to hear yours as well! Maybe we could get a conglomerate of responses?

"A word is a bridge thrown between myself and an other - a territory shared by both" - M. Bakhtin

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