Elusive Conclusion


Elusive Conclusion (Randyjw; February 21, 2017)


It is good to think,

and to ponder;

To question

and to wonder.


Do we pose

the answers to our thoughts

through assumptions

in our blunders?


Or draw extractions

from the truths

found inherent

in our natures?


The lesson

to be discerned

is in how to pose

the proper question




Filed under Poetry

6 responses to “Elusive Conclusion

  1. Lessons learned in the interpretation of the Mah Nishtanah of the four sons and of the retelling in the Haggadah at Passover. I almost wrote about it that way, but then changed it.

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