Dialectic

He: These things can’t be known, their life cycles, where they come from, whether they have a pupal stage, how they reproduce, where they go to die.

She: It doesn’t take a lepidopterist to appreciate the flight of a butterfly, or to know the urge to love.

He: Or a poet.

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About Ray Sharp

Father, poet, triathlete, local public health planner
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One Response to Dialectic

  1. “It doesn’t take a poet to appreciate a lepidopterist.”?
    or
    “It doesn’t take a lepidopterist to appreciate a poet.”?
    or ” It doesn’t take a poet to know…”
    or…or…or…
    lovely juicy multi-layered ambiguity.

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