We have you on file
on a heap
on a pile
We know all your facts
We know who you are
what you want
and how far
you will go
to attain your desires.
Oh but do we
I do not
I have not found my yardstick
Those who know me
Know in part
for all their files and piles.
God alone knows who is me
and I still wait to see
what will reveal itself to me
and prove to be myself.
For anything else try Google!
I can be Googled therefore I am.
Thanks for visiting my blog & for the follow. I will be following you too. Look forward to seeing you on my reader 🙂
That’s a lovely poem – and the ‘Google’ conclusion made me laugh out loud!
check out the link I’ve added!
Thanks for visiting my blog .
Thanks for stopping by my really new blog! I wonder, as a writer, if you have read any of the books I mentioned.
I’ll come back often and read your words.
Thanks for liking my blog post! I enjoyed reading about your computer surgery!
Hello Rosalie – thank you for reading and liking my blog posts. With so many reading choices available I truly appreciate your taking the time to read mine. I enjoyed your poem above and identify with chestercrump above about laughing out loud with your closing google remark! We seem to have a similar interest to find hope in the moments of each day, so I will be following along. Best to you!
Thanks so much for stoping by my blog.
A pleasure – I’m always seeing you on RoSy’s.
I meant – For me, it works the other way – I am, therefore I Google
typos are my undoing…
Well yes, we have to firstly BE or else we couldn’t think, shop (Tesco ergo sum) Google or anything else.
Hi Rosalie. I have nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award which I hope you will accept. I love your writing and your blog. You can find out about the simple rules at this link: http://sherrimatthewsblog.wordpress.com/ Congratulations!
Thank you, Sherri. I hope the rules are simple – I’m not very good at these things but appreciate the thought.
You know, every time I read this I get something from it. 🙂
Keep coming back, then and let’s hope that ‘something’ doesn’t run out! 🙂
Rest in Peace mum (15/11/1954 – 15/12/2018)