Things That May or May Not Be True
Radiance Angelina Petro
Trees prefer analogue time over digital.
Only single-minded devotion illumines the soul.
When oars slice the water every moment is an arrival.
There aren’t many people who calmly accept storms.
The curled rope, on the ground by the barn, that’s mistaken for a curled snake,
might have profound implications as to the nature of things.
You cannot pick up the red of the rose without picking up the rose.
Reasoning with yourself is like a springboard for jumping across ditches
and not quite making it.
Two ideas running parallel forever and never touching is just about
as sad as a kite stuck in a tree.
If we reckon anything as unimportant we will turn into kites flapping in trees.
Most people don’t like it when someone whispers in their ear.
Thoughts cannot defile the sun.
Everyone has memories hung on pegs in their minds that will never see the light of day,
and that is all to the good.