Flaw

Flaw

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Evoked a lot of emotions as I read this. This goes very deep. So many perceptions rise. A very clever take , Davy. You are the intelligent aesthetic writer.

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Wounds unseen and the masks we wear, classic Mr D, you never disappoint.

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… and I love the clever pun between your title and your image!. Another ‘dig-deep’ thought to contemplate, Davy.

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My goodness, this is powerful writing, Davy! The imagery and the truths come together in a breathtaking way. Who doesn’t have flaws – many of them? Thank you for today’s stirring reminder. 🙂

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Ooh… a stunning piece, D. I have never thought of flaws battling to stay invisible. I take them as sneaky little friends (or fiends) that are hard to hide.

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Very Zen, almost haiku.

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Wow ….a different take on “flaws”….normally they are very visible..even if sometimes we try to hide them

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Yes! Very nice, Davy. In fact, very powerful.

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ooooh. how you manage to pack such meaning in a few words.

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Very thought provoking Mr D.

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I feel the release of finally not hiding anymore–powerful poem, Davy. Surrender comes to mind.

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    I think you have hit the nail on the head there Laura. It is about surrender and accepting ourselves for what we are, flaws and all. Thank you for the insightful thought.

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      Of course, Davy D. You expressed the feeling so well. I’ve missed hanging out here, but I moved a week ago. We’re doing fine. It’s good to be back in my old digs–a much slower pace than the Bay Area. In fact, the speed limit is 25 mph (40.2 kph). I have to pinch myself to keep from falling asleep!

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      It may take a while Laura, but maybe the change in pace will work out well 🙂

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We tend to try so hard to hide our flaws when in fact we should embrace them. We are who we are and we should accept ourselves for the same. If we don’t, we really can’t expect others to do so 🙂

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Reblogged this on vividlyfoxxy and commented:
Wednesday 🤘🏽

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Flaws give us humanity, make us relatable. My best poems come from my flaws 🙂 great insightful poem Davy.

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We do try hard and fight an ongoing battle to keep our flaws unknown and invisible to everyone, don’t we? We don’t exactly consider them “endearing qualities”? Not quite the badges of honor that some scars are either! So, is a flaw the same thing as a weakness? I hate it when you make me go lookup things on Google – the answer is yes!

Loved the thought – flaw – to ponder!!! Caught a good title – “My Favorite Flaw”!
Thanks Davy
Chuck

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