I was sure in my own mind that I had posted this before, but cannot find it. Neither can the search this blog thingy, so for now I'm putting it down to another senior moment...
Hmm. Makes a lot of sense. Wish wisdom in us human beings worked the same way and more.
Interesting Dave - you don't notice the inversion until the second or third read.
Beautiful a great one for reflection :)
Your words certainly conjure a peaceful image, Dave.
I may need to acquire one, might keep the sparrows quiet.
Hi! I have a few solar butterflies, I may need to go find me a buddha! Enjoy your day ... hope you are watching a bit of the World Cup matches.
I might like it better from dawn to dusk, when the sunlight is there first hand...
The best kind of loss:forgetting you've forgotten.Buddha would approve.
I have seen some really nice Buddha statues lately online that people have in their yards. Not a solar one though. Great idea.
I want one to shine on my garden!
I don't think I want one, Dave - would find it a bit creepy.
I really like this one, Dave.
I swear I read this one too already. But it's a good one. And I would love one of those solar Buddha.
AllInadvertently I perhaps mislead you. This was very much a found poem. An advertisement. All I had to do was choose which lines to use. I should have told you that and had intended to - it was what had made me think I had already posted, for I "remembered" writing about it being a found poem! False memory syndrome? I'm afraid I'm with Weaver on this one.But thanks everyone.
Ha, I love it. I love found poetry.I just have to figure out what to do with all of those Pet Magazine headlines......I love your humor
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