Isolation
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Isolation

Undecided

A Poem

Photo by Brandon Lopez on Unsplash

I find it fascinating that people think
that everyone should be so decided
as if we won’t change our minds
or other things won’t intersect our lives
to make our previously smart decisions
become terribly untimely and inconsequential
as if every haircut is our last haircut
since none of it will grow back
and our choice of outfit or home
is what we are tied to forever
It’s very silly

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A place to call my own. Poetry by Jonathan Greene.

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Jonathan Greene

Jonathan Greene

Father, poet, writer, real estate investor/team leader, certified life coach, sociable introvert. Curating a meaningful life. IG: trustgreene | trustgreene.com

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