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Labels: Comics, Peanuts, poetry
posted by Anniina | 10:58 AM
How true. What poets feel and tell no matter how insightful that might be is of no or of little use to an average, mortal people.
It's useful. Sometimes we just need more time to figure it out. Occasionally... we just don't like the answers.As for me... I said my feelings about the stars in the opening of my Jumpgate Fan story... "Well, my whole life I dreamed of going to space. Not to escape anything, but for the sole reason that space fascinates me. The beauty of space fills me with awe."At least I can go there in my daydreams and my lil ole computer games.
Mophia, I was being cynical.I tried to refer to the feeling when something important is being said (such as that there are answers in the stars as the girl says in the comics) but those who need wisdom the most close their ears and see and hear nothing.Of course poets are damned useful.
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