A charming blogger I follow who is full of sharp wit, emotional depth, and genuine kindness recently posted a poem called What is Life? Her answers to that question follow and are an enjoyable read. Someone in the comments of that post asked the question, “What then is NOT life?” and that question had me thinking. So I thought in response to her poem, I would write a quick one of my own, which is not nearly as clever or humorous, but hopefully at least makes you ponder the question that I did. 🙂
What is not life?
It is not straight lines,
It is not absolute,
It is not nothing,
It is not one truth.
It is not an ideal gas,
It is not constant,
It is not always visible, heard or felt,
It is not just about you
It is not probable,
It is not in equilibrium,
It is not predictable,
It is not perfect.
It is not disconnected,
It is not small,
It is not for the faint of heart,
(And…in the vast depths of time of this universe),
It is not long.
3 thoughts on “What is not life?”
Nice!!!!!!!! very nice and thank you for sharing this piece………….
A Tame Woman Never Makes History
Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2014 21:32:06 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is not fair.
Agreed! There is probably a lot that could added to it! But that’s sort of what I mean by their not being straight lines and nor predictable. If life was always fair it would always be predictable. Like a straight line.