Okay this is cool. I like guessing. So this is my take. Seeen it is called 'the Grave'-- The first line refers to that you're 6 feet under the ground, in a grave, and the second line.. the answer.. is Life the answer?
But then again? Isn't that really the Question? Or is the Question of Life also to be found in Life itself?
I would like to hear your intention with this one.
Thanks for making me think about this, I liked that.
Interesting, and took me by suprise a little! Quite a jolt to see such a short poem. I'm not quite sure what to make of it if I'm honest. The first line seems to beg to be taken literally as in 6 feet under...but the second line is more complicated - and I may be trying to overanalyse this - 'the answer', well you can't be a distance away from an answer if literally 6 feet under. So it seems more metaphorical...although what answer is being searched for is another thing...I suppose a link with the grave is that you have as much chance of finding the answer as if you were under a grave...well it's definitely succeeded in one thing and thats to have me wrack my brains trying to solve it!