Oops!… We Did It Again (the bobblehead’s pilgrimage)

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80 thoughts on “Oops!… We Did It Again (the bobblehead’s pilgrimage)

  1. I like this poem very much and also the other two parts of the pilgrimage that serve as a link for the three main sections of your book Love Death Hell. In this third poem the “it keeps pushing me away” finally disappears. You have expressed this beautifully. I like how the lover leads the first person narrator away from the bus platform. I wonder at these two lines:
    “i’ve stood at the stop
    awaiting the last bus”
    This could have a second reading and be a metaphor for the last journey, which could mean the end of the individual’s life, death, where only love saves this individual. The main message then would be:
    Love is what really counts and no more worries as “there’s neither death nor immortality” in the sense our world has made us believe.
    This is a great poem to read and reread, beautifully written and highly philosophical.

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  2. Wow Unbolt- I’m almost afraid to touch on this, if feels too sacrosanct. I mean that in all seriousness and was so hesitant to remark beyond the ‘like’. And yet- how can I not? The Lord said, “freely you have received, freely give.” I know this by experience- I would never have known what real love is if I’d never been touched by God/Jesus. He’s always reaching, never pushing away. I pray you never stop seeking Him out- He said if we did so with all our heart we’d find Him. One genuine, personal experience and you’ll never be the same. And while you’ll read and study and genuinely enjoy people and their perspectives, you’ll never feel the need to look beyond Him again. Because you’ll know you’ve found the Meaning-of everything! God bless you on the journey. /Angie

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