Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Just Go With It

Why let indecision in your mind titillate
the need for precision obscuring one’s fate?
An angry swarm of bees buzzing through self-doubt;
the devil’s obstacle, not an option for debate.  


@laurie kolp


Prompt Inspirations:

3WW- indecision, option, fate

Poetic Asides- sound

14 comments:

jaerose said...

Seeds of doubt do sometimes seem to be sown by darker forces..I like how the words match the message..clipped and clear..Jae

Isabel said...

love it!

Linda Jacobs said...

Love the bees buzzing through self doubt!

Daydreamertoo said...

Yes, whatever we decide, was always going to be whatever we decided, and you said it so eloquently.

Sheilagh Lee said...

this was very eloquent and succinct.

Eva Gallant said...

Great advice!

Angel said...

Love the sentiment behind this one.

honeyhaiku said...

Fantastic!

Altonian said...

A big point made, using few words to do it. Well done!

Lolamouse said...

If they only made Raid for getting rid of those buzzing bees in the mind!

Mary said...

Why indeed? Why indeed

A Kwee Life said...

I love your angry-bee description of self-doubt, indecision.

Kim Nelson said...

You've aptly identified the devils' wiles, Laurie!

Laurie Kolp said...

Thanks!