As I See It: A Poem.

Via on Jul 7, 2010

In fragile times of great unrest

When crimes profuse in moral protest

And hostility ensues, while civility arrest

I emplore compassion with fervent behest.

We point away to shift the blame

Our echoed retort of disjointed shame

Ah, yet apathy doth fuel the flame

Yes, we alone perpetuate This. Sad. Game.

“If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito.”
~ His Holiness Dalai Lama


About Jennifer K. Jones

Jennifer K. Jones is the owner of a multi-media marketing firm, yoga instructor and practitioner, holistic health practitioner, writer and artist. Mother of three incredible little boys who will hopefully grow up to live their passions with gratitude, radiate and spread pure, unconditional love to every being that they encounter, and thrive within the vast openness of their wildest dreams... and I'm striving daily to lead them by example. Contact Jennifer at her website.

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2 Responses to “As I See It: A Poem.”

  1. Kevin Knebl says:

    Great poem, Jennifer.

    Keep 'em coming!

    Kev

  2. JenniferKH says:

    Thanks so much, Kevin.

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