You know it's ripebecause once the p p p p p p ppplppp pppppuppppp pppppmppppppp ppppppbpppppppp ppppppppppppppp pppppplpppppppp pppppuppppppp ppppmcppppp pppbpppp f a l l sthe flesh is less important than the seed.
that last line ...brilliant jon...the flesh is less important than the seed...although i would want to know....was the title of the post decided later or did the fall follow the title....?? Admire the way you think....
manik sharma,Thanks for your kind comment. To try to answer your question, I would say both... not just to be obscure, but because I don't quite have a clear idea what the allegory is. It's difficult to know where the tree ends and the seed begins, and what's more the plum might have started out as an apple.;)
...and you are too clever for your own good! I like it!!!!The plum doesn't fall far from the tree!
lovely... all of it... including and especially the unapologetic fall.
When a tree is a sapling, needs a hedge around it. When becomes a tree, no hedge is required.********This one is brilliant!!!
...yes, I agree with shubhajit... just brilliant...
Great visual poem. The plum might have started out as an apple. I like it ..
Merry Holidays Mr Parsons...and a good year to come !!!
Lynn,Thanks! Trying to keep things fresh...Harle,No use apologizing for that which is out of one's control...Shubhajit,I read a line once that went something like:"The person who has no fence around their home is a person with no enemies... and some people have no fence around their mind."LadyArt,Thanks! Nice of you to drop by...aditya,In the next iteration I'll try to bring the apple back (for you and manik sharma):)Mr. Wolf(but not as in "big bad")Seasons greetings to you as well. It's shaping up to be a good one here. And aren't plums somehow associated with Christmas?
nice one.. loved the way you put it to words..
Hi Bea,Thanks for dropping in and leaving words... nice to make the acquaintance...JP
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