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the male/female doppleganger effect

knowing not knowing
not knowing knowing

strong synchronistic life cycles
a powerful mirage
images lost in mirrors
coincidences in a looking glass

the pain and hurt
felt inside
when theres no place
left to hide

people pretending to love
when they really hate
a catalogue of abuse
surviving ,building,and destroying

in a parallel universe
quiet desolation
is quite diverse
circles float in the sky
feelings that touch

double meaning
in deja vu
signs of wear and tear
get revealled in a stare
like the diappearance of water

a story of traditional events
gets lost
in translation
knowing not knowing
not knowing knowing

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i heard schrodingers cat meow
but didn`t know what it ment?

i`m vaguely vagrant

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Comments

  • Leon A.  Walker
    Leon A. Walkerover 5 years ago

    I think I’ve been there too Charlie… Very nicely done!

  • life`s paradoxs,leon
    what would we do without them?

    – charliethetramp

  • lacewren
    lacewrenover 5 years ago

    Dude, how Zen. Love’s like a mirage, you can hold it in your eye (like a tear?), but the closer you get, the more it dries up. Sometimes, seems, maybe… I don’t know. Wait, that means I know. But then if… Hm, a pair o’ docks, which has the gangplank? Good wordings, cousin.

  • as a child i spent most of mytime in a washing machine going round and round and round
    no doubt its had its effect

    – charliethetramp

  • lacewren i was a bit flippant with some of my remarks yesterday
    water represents knowledge
    hence the knowing not knowing roundabout

    – charliethetramp

  • Sharon Perrett
    Sharon Perrettover 5 years ago

    I have to think this one through Charlie, I am not so sure that I totally understand it but that’s not to say that I don’t like it. I enjoy reading your work, it challenges me and makes me think.

  • thanks sharon
    what jackson pollock did with paint
    i`m trying to do with words
    so if you want
    don`t take it to serious

    – charliethetramp

  • Sarafeline
    Sarafelineover 5 years ago

    Profound I like poems that make me think…this did!…Kudos

    Sara.×.

  • hmm profound,makes me sound morbid
    but i`m sure you ment it as a compliment
    so thank you sara ta

    – charliethetramp

  • JenniferB
    JenniferBover 5 years ago

    mmm… circles and cycles are rarely broken, but it’s been known to happen… Great writing charlie! :)

  • yeah jB them everyhanging circles/cycles,just seem to be beyond my grasp
    should have listened more in my geomtry class at school,
    and then they probably wouldn`t seem so inaccessible?
    thanks for your enlightened comment

    – charliethetramp

  • Sarafeline
    Sarafelineover 5 years ago

    Think we all draw different views from a piece of art, yes it was meant as a compliment :)..All round loved this.

  • don`t worry sara i`m not that precious
    you can say exactly what you like
    i was only joking earlier

    – charliethetramp

  • Sarafeline
    Sarafelineover 5 years ago

    Hehe Just new here don’t want to offend love dark poems and I am drawn to them like a moth to flame this to me had a dark edge :).

  • limerick
    limerickover 5 years ago

    This begs to be read aloud. Fantastic!

  • thankyou limerick shall we have a go
    read aloud,in a crowd
    the hungry beggar ain`t so proud
    to fan a taste i`ll mix it up in paste
    and hopefully nothing will go to waste
    appoligies for the limmerick,
    thanks for your wonderfull comment
    much appreciated

    – charliethetramp

  • limerick
    limerickover 5 years ago

    :)

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