Sunday, February 1, 2009


There are two sides to every story;
the yin, the yang,
the light, the dark,
yours, mine.
Caught in the middle?
What to do?
Flip a coin?
Act noncommittal?
Best of all nonjudgmental?
Please judge lightly.
The sentence can last a lifetime.
**written by petra michelle**


Enzie at World Market Portraits said...

Isn't that the truth! There are always to sides to everything. Nice poem!

Anonymous said...

So true. Great piece.

LarryG said...

I love your thoughts!
the middle, noncommittal..
flip a coin, judge lightly

this is all good!

Mama Zen said...

"Judge lightly." Boy, that's the truth!

Excellent piece.

Devika said...

Loved this one Petra,

Ditto my thinking :)

We have met at Borut's -- will keep coming :)


Tipper said...

Well said! If we could just all take it too heart.

Tina said...

very cool ;)

Im stopping by from Tams off her meet my friends monday to say Hi :)


Tammy said...

Prefect and so very true!

poemhome said...

three sides to every coin: heads, tails, and edge.

Janeen said...

So true, so true! Great post!

Chandini Santosh said...

Yes, a lifetime is what it has to stand. Great line.

Toni said...

Wow! That is great! I am stopping by from Tammy's A Little Girl Talk, Meet My Friends Monday. I am running last this week!

Chandini Santosh said...

Do look up for some sizzling pics of a tribal ethnic yearly festival on the front courtyard of my ancestral house last night.

The Theyyam as it is called closes today after three days and nights of drums and gods and fire and dancing.