what if ?

 

what if  black was actually white?

what if white was actually black?

 

what if  sadness was actually joy?’

what if joy was actually sadness?

 

what if tears were actually smiles?

What if smiles were actually tears?

 

what if lost was actually found?

what if found was actually lost?

 

what if love was actually hate?

what if hate was actually love?

 

what if  you were actually me?

what if  I was actually you?

 

if what?

what if?

 

Society Finches

Society Finches (Photo credit: dog.happy.artwhat if me was actually you?

24 thoughts on “what if ?

  1. Mich Smith says:

    Too many questions!!

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  2. Yoshiko says:

    So complicated?

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  3. glkaye2013 says:

    I couldn’t agree more,
    or less either…..

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  4. Thank you for visiting my blog this morning.
    Love this…Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz was a master at the retruécano–play on words, and you have skillfully used that here. Keep writing.
    My favorite aunt was named Johanna Antoinette…we called her Nettie.

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    • Thank you so much for the return visit! I am not familiar with Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz; now. I will research him! Thank you for the comparison, nonetheless, to be compared to a published writer is an honor. Thank you!

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  5. Dianna says:

    How interesting! Thanks for visiting over at “These Days” and for your nice comment!

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  6. cyberbonn says:

    how lovely ❤

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  7. QueridaJ says:

    I hope you will accept this small token of appreciation for your work and vision!
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  8. Exquisite work. It is indeed a pleasure to read your work.

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    • thank you…your words mean much to me…I have been to your blog…and I find it quite thought provoking! I could not find the link to your Word Press blog on your Gravatar. I read on another’s blog that you have to manually set up the link to your WordPress blog. I may have missed it on your Gravatar…If I remember correctly, you have to go to
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  9. Dace says:

    i think this is amazing. What it says is – how do you know what you know? have you ever thought that things you take for granted as facts might actually not be the truth.

    I can add a question – how do yo know that you are not dreaming right now? For something to be true, it has to be true for everyone.

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    • I enjoyed your question! Yes…are we all just imagining this life…see the “string theory.” So, you think that for “something to be true, it has to be true for everyone?” I have to think about this for a while…hmmm. Thank YOU, Dace, for visiting my blog! I am going to yours now.

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  10. Jerry says:

    You are me am I am you. Everything has contrast/opposites as reference points to help us decide between that which we want and that which we don’t want. Tools for great experience and learning. Steps up the spiritual ladder. There are no truths. Truths are no more than ones acceptance of a thing or thought. I love asparagus because it taste great. You hate asparagus because you think it is nasty tasting. Where is the truth? 😉

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  11. diaryofrahul says:

    This all will give unforgettable feelings of life. nicely collected points.

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