Saturday, 11 December 2010


The moments in which we are serious
are perhaps the moments when we
are at our wisest,
when we see clearest;
but our best moments, perhaps,
are those in which we are
folly's children;
a mind unburdened by insight or claim
is free to dance -
the horse can paint its stable
and go a-running.
When I am serious,
I get my best ideas -
but only a man of playful,
unchained mind
can set them free into the world.

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