Conscience of Logic

Thoughts flow in and out of my mind.

Trying to stop them, freeze them in time.

Must put them somewhere safe

Where they’ll do no more harm.

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78 thoughts on “Conscience of Logic

  1. Such a peaceful episode I just spent in your company, Paula. Many thanks.
    The photo has a special glow. Could have been a Thursday one🙂 The words you could put in a sack and drop off the quay, but they’d still come back to you.

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    • Yes, thoughts act like this :S. That photo was taken on Malta beginning of January almost 3 years ago. It did not require any post processing🙂 A magical place! Thank you for sharing your time with my memories.

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  2. Amazing photo, perfect for deep thoughts – why freeze them, why stop them – let them free and when they return as bright colors in our minds – if they don’t come back, so they wasn’t worth it…🙂🙂

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  3. And the best place to pour out those thoughts is the near or into the ocean. There’s this comforting feeling if I do it that way. Somehow, the constantly moving waters take those thoughts away as the winds purge them off me. I feel like this is the only place where they drift away when…

    Oh, this kind of view never seizes to amaze me.

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    • 🙂 it is very nice to read you. my heart is grateful, Sony. That was a view from a ferry boat beginning of January 3 years ago – not a scene I would usually see that time of year🙂 My thoughts are fresher – they appeared the same day I posted this. Hope you will listen to music🙂 xx

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  4. I just did. How could I forget that…

    It’s a befitting song, Paula–definitely. I feel like I am in a car driving somewhere unknown but very happy…I must tell I felt that what they call frisson again just like when you let me listen to “For You” by Tin Sparrow. I had a hard time finding where to download that song by the way. But it’s worth the search so to speak.

    Paula, I am inclined to like songs with this kind of theme. Mushy but ironically uplifting.

    Please tell me who the artist is.

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