i could fill up a house
with all the things
and you would laugh
at the emptiness
Another beautifully frugal poem that I must memorize, and use as a mantra each morning.
can you hear the laughter? loved this lace poem.
michael is a wise man and recognizes the truth when it is laid out before him. yes.
my journey has been to empty..for less. for the
necessary, not the supposed needed. it is a long journey.
oo i def crave simplicity…i like too the underlying tone it could be certain people that we could do without…or maybe that is just my interpretation…smiles..
i bet i wouldn’t laugh….i bet i would understand….xo
I can really relate to this. I recently had to move out of my house while major repairs were made, and I saw my life stacked before me, boxes piled to the ceiling. I was appalled at how much stuff I have. In my subsequent decluttering effort, I’ve been awed by how little I actually use or truly need. I’m taking load after load to the Goodwill, and I feel much lighter.
This I love!!
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