Be forthright Nana Yaw, should we conjure up the spirit of Joseph to interprete this 'dream'?
i know about the reality of the rose and the thorns...but this one..., wait a minute, is it possible to have the two? say, the apple followed by the dagger in that order???
this shouldn't be much of a big deal for u..."King of Ice"
The quest to unravel is the allure of poetry, no? So Posekyere, you must make a personal discovery.
Again, Bernie, do not confuse the Poet with the Persona. I am not the person in the poem :-)
Yngvlid, excatly my reaction huh?......
okay! so we knowroses and thornsand so could one have bothapple followed by dagger in that order?(PS. oh! how i almost made it four lines...!)Nana, cheers!
I say the apple in the heart...for the mind is prone to so many afflictions that alter it. Much more chance that the dagger will become blunt than that the apple lose its sweetness.
I say the apple in the heart. The mind is much more prone to affliction. More likely that the dagger will become blunt than that the apple lose its sweetness...
Yay, Novisi, welcome back! Yes, you almost made a 4-liner. Thanks for your angle.
Guess Who and Anon, you seem to be the same person. My simple mind does not understand your very deep comment. Have mercy.
i must agree with Novisi, why choose...We all need apples in our hearts and daggers in our minds, sand between our toes and smiles in the wind.
at first i cudn't make sense of, but this very moment it has never been this clear
Oh how? I thought you were the poet! But anyway, I'm all about the heart. But I guess it's great to enjoy the exhiliration of the dagger, before it loses it swagger.
Don't know what to say, Lucci. Somehow, I do not think I like that the meaning is now clear to you!
Okay, so it's hearts before daggers for Guess Who. All right.
Kajsa, I think I know where "sand between our toes and smiles in the wind" is coming from. I am really sorry about last weekend. :-(
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