Spoonful

Spoonful

Shape poem of a spoon

By Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2010

About tyler4turtles

I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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5 Responses to Spoonful

  1. yiyime says:

    Very insighful and beautiful. ..and true

    • Thank you! I appreciate your kind words. Yes, the best medicine is hard to swallow. Our integrity and humility are what define us as human beings and if we go around keeping score of our good deeds, we have lost sight of the big picture. Ultimately, you do not decide to show humanity – you openly express this quality without thinking as if it were second nature. Our egos are only transient, vain projections, they do not inhabit a permanent home inside of our souls. I hope you have a wonderful Friday 🙂

  2. Reblogged this on The ancient eavesdropper and commented:

    The best medicine is hard to swallow. Our integrity and humility are what define us as human beings and if we go around keeping score of our good deeds, we have lost sight of the big picture. Ultimately, you do not decide to show humanity – you openly express this quality without thinking as if it were second nature. Our egos are only transient, vain projections, they do not inhabit a permanent home inside of our souls.

  3. beautiful shape and words Tyler!

    • Thank you, my friend! Have you heard of Tyler Knott Gregson, also known as the Typewriter Poet? He was one of the photographers at my wedding and is also an accomplished poet. A link to his Pinterest site can be found on my post titled, “Soulmates.” He types each poem on a random scrap of paper and sells them – it’s sort of like the guy who writes haikus on postcards, very unique and inspirational, similar to your poems. Hope you are having a wonderful day!
      Cheers,
      Tyler 🙂

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