Jon Pear (a.k.a. NeuroAster)

echinotext

In schmategory on April 10, 2008 at 7:08 am

You, the people who hate having to think

Just continue to live life by a book

Never paradigm-shift forward at all

Human-nature is just stubbornly real

Just enjoy your cozy failures to prevent preventable events

Judge and curse proactive-people for their flustered failures to be nice

Fxxk the air with your shxt, fuming with stink

You, the people who hate having to think

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  1. Ok, not sure what the title means, but the poem is thought-provoking and hopefully mind-changing. People need to expand their thoughts and should be more open in this society, this life, there is a greater variety of lives to be lead than most people even consider, and this is sad. It makes life more interesting to know a greater variety of people. I may have missed more of this living in a small town, but I do try to expand my mind whenever I can. Sometimes we do need a paradigm-shift, we need growth and expansion, knowledge and understanding the greater life out there. We need to get more real to live a fuller life.

  2. echino – prefix – spiny, prickly [Latin echīnus, sea urchin, from Greek ekhīnos, sea urchin, hedgehog, from ekhis, adder, viper.]

    Source: http://www.answers.com/

    (((((HUGS)))))

  3. Ok that makes sense! Ok so the title is quite a cool word-graft you’ve made there, quite evocative and apt for this poem.

  4. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Weatherperson.

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