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the door

doorHello door

how come you are so small

if I open you, where will I go

first you need to open me

only then will you see

if it is possible to enter within

well, I thought that isn’t so welcoming

still it was a pretty door,

I was intrigued

I bought the door and brought it home

now you are mine

I smiled and thought of when I would go inside

the door silently stared back at me

yes, I am yours it finally said

but just because you bought me

doesn’t mean that I will open up for you

hmm there was a message there

not so much in what was said

or was it……….. what was said

I had the door, the physical door was in fact mine

no doubt there, it sat on my desk as pretty as ever

Sometimes, it is not the door we want .. is it?

It is what is inside…. or what we “think” is beyond the door

Have you come across a door of late

where you  are willing to wait

to see if you have the “key” to open the door

and go beyond the physical barrier

of a shut ” door”

PL Precept #15  All is a Mirror

PL Precept #17  Grasp what is most Essential

PL Precept # 7  Everything exists in Relativity


abandoned -scotland

Some doors are open

some are not

even when open

do you really want to go inside?

Comments on: "the door" (8)

  1. This is great! I like your door photo and I like your essay about it. Waiting to see if I have the key to many a door, I am.

  2. Your post here makes me think of a prayer my Aunt and I said together for my Grandma and it was about doors, “May the doors that need to open, open and may the doors that need to shut, shut.” (The prayer was answered the very next day!) I think some door are better off left shut! The first door is so cute and second picture is amazing…I would be tempted to try and get in there lol. Love and hugs to you!

  3. That first one is cute, but I love the second one!


  4. Intriguing shot at end of musings…

  5. The first one is cute but that last one is fantastic, not sure I’d like to go through it, though.

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