Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Doing What You Are Told

Comical comics ignore
The philosophers of yore
And philosophers of old
Didn’t do what they were told
By the warning on the door

Old men that were once young
Tell the youth bite thine tongue
And some youth will even heed
‘Til it begins to bleed
Onto the chord that was strung


Anonymous Anonymous said...

do your articles have a point, cuz i dont "get" them.

3/09/2006 12:19 AM  
Blogger jakeyology said...

the point of this poem is that one should not do what the old guard says to do without questioning its validity.

it seems my blog was down for a few days. sorry about any inconvinence.

3/11/2006 5:04 PM  
Anonymous red headed rascal said...

i loved it

3/11/2006 6:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey rascal you loved it that the blog was down for a few days??????

3/12/2006 1:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the point of this poem seems to suggest to me one word..."rebellion"...Does that suggestion ring some truth or am i way off?

3/12/2006 1:01 PM  
Blogger jakeyology said...

you are on the money. rebellion against all things mundane, mortal, limited, false...

3/12/2006 1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the reassurance! It has rebellion written all over it...just wanted to make sure thats where u were going with it. Inspiring poem! Please dont ever stop writing

3/13/2006 1:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon, I liked the way you approached the poem.

I find what makes for a good writer is his/her ability to give over their intended message, and not neccesarily just writing a piece that can be loosely interpreted. As a writer you always have to be prepared for misinterpretation. When the intention and interpretation meet, in the right place, thats what makes for a great writer.(I think)

Anonymous is right. Please don't ever stop writing!

3/15/2006 1:53 PM  

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