Closure’s Clarity

Closure's Clarity

bypass the hazard
detours become the way true
closure’s clarity

 
 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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15 Responses to Closure’s Clarity

  1. lghoelson says:

    Lifes detours his must be hard to see
    people blindly go full speed ahead into oblivion

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  2. lghoelson says:

    Lifes detours his must be hard to see people blindly go full speed ahead into oblivion

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  3. Siim Land says:

    The obstacle is the way.

    Like

  4. The obstacle is
    By the way, a free path exists
    He that seeks shall find

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  6. I got nuthin’ and I’m too tired to think. But this was a treat to read.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. andysmerdon says:

    Nice Kurt – I prefer avoiding the obstacles – fair winds and following seas is my style ;)

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  8. Leeby Geeby says:

    There’s some truth in that. Often when we don’t want to let go. A distraction can be welcome to break our focus long enough to escape the gravity of the thing to which we are unecessarily attached. Many thanks for this profound insight!

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