Succinct Parable #Haiku #Poetry

A haiku written by Lee Sonogan

The Importance Of Personal Boudaries, Being Succinct And Not Oversharing |  by Jonathan Hoban | Medium

“One man’s generalisation is another man’s succinct yet profound summation of a complex theory or argument.” ― Stewart Stafford

Grate choice and free will,

Deposit pandora’s box,

Pay lip-service shill!

In music, you can use metaphors with ease – if a person doesn’t understand the parable, they can still enjoy the melody of the music. If, however, a person reads a book and misses the meaning of its metaphors, this will be extremely disheartening for both the reader as well as the author. – Cat Stevens

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