It's a pretty bonehead' obvious observation - meaning simply that I am the bonehead that made a blatantly obvious observation, but then I like that 😉
I like the fact that water in its smallest parts, generally speaking, must mass together and that it assumes many forms or takes many stances, just from one angle alone if you look at the waves then their action of coming in to the shoreline could be considered relentless, or even reassuring. And to me that's a bit like character or determination, sometimes it's a bit like change when you don't really like change. And in the poem a bit that I like is the part where it references 'supinely flat' because I think as people we have all felt that, and it harks back to change again - and even movement, a body of water - like a lake cannot sit still until that moment it is contained, and until that moment it is contained the law of the universe is that it must keep moving. You can meet someone and get fired up, experience the dizzying array of emotions, sometimes you can just lie on your bed at night and hug yourself because you don't know what to do - but either way I think the point is that you are going somewhere. So, I like the thought of that lake, that will not stop until that point at which it is contained. I would think this wouldn't I 😉 but I think that is hella romantic.
Thank you very much for you time. It's always very nice, artistically rewarding to have you spend some thoughts on my page.
I didn't feel like I needed to explain it for you, I felt like I wanted to go through the process for me. I understand no two ppl are likely to see the same thing when they look at a picture on a wall, my hope is that there's enough in the work that that picture keeps changing. Cheers you. Hope home life, school life, family life and you time life treats you well.