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There’s None So Blind

There’s none so blind, or so they say
as those who will not see.
But are you really positive
what sight is meant to be.

For seeing with a blinkered eye
though sometimes quite a pain,
could also be the very thing
that gives us more to gain.

There’s even times when seeing nought
could help us with our life,
if what we saw, would only lead
to future pain and strife.

They also say, in land of blind
the one-eyed man is King,
so maybe only seeing half
gives better songs to sing.

Maybe it isn’t what we see
that makes the sighted blind,
but how we see the things we see
when pictured in our mind!

Ivor G Davies

The moment created this second, is a moment that's going to last.
It lives the full spectrum of time, the future, the present and past.

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The following comments are for "There's None So Blind"
by ivordavies

Here here
It reminds me that in our world of constant communication of EVERY type, pictures, words, music, ring tones…..we have become so saturated that when a brief moment of silence and stillness does happen most people get freaked out about it.

Nice work from a master of the craft.

( Posted by: BWOz [Member] On: October 31, 2013 )

Vintage Ivor!
Hi make sense in rhyme...LOVE this my friend!

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: November 6, 2013 )

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