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EYES AND EARS

“But fields have eyes and woods have ears, ye wot” – John Heywood (The Proverbs And Epigrams Of John Heywood, 1562)

LEARNING

LEARNING

In time we shall see
Whether our trust is well placed
Meanwhile we observe

WHIRLPOOL

WHIRLPOOL

I seem to remember
That I have forgotten
Remembering
What I’d forgotten
Remembering
In a dream
Where I’d forgotten
I’d remembered
What I’d forgotten
But it is possible
Of course
That I am imagining this.

Who can tell?

BABYLON BABBLING

BABYLON BABBLING

Within without
Beyond belief
No thought no thing
All words words words

IN FLIGHT

IN FLIGHT

Winks a knowing eye
Throws a word or two our way
Truth is a teaser

GREAT TRUTHS

GREAT TRUTHS

Perhaps
The greatest Truths
Are those which

When you realise them
Your view of the world
Is totally transformed

And you ask yourself how
Given so obvious they are
You never saw them before

I SEE

I SEE

See, what it is it is
And what it’s not it’s not
We think we understand
But then we think again

APOSTASY

Science is no more than another religion.

GREAT TRUTHS

GREAT TRUTHS

Perhaps
The greatest Truths
Are those which

When you realise them
Your view of the world
Is totally transformed

And you ask yourself how
Given so obvious they are
You never saw them before

BILLET-DOUX

BILLET-DOUX

I get the message
But can I interpret it?
Now that’s the question