No Reserved Seats

 

 

there

are

no

reserved

seats

at

the 

table

of

life


each

individual

at

your

table

must

earn

their

place




 

Dont_punch_grandpa's picture

Very interesting, I could argue otherwise. For example I see a fellow who gets his coffee same time every morning as I do. We have not exchanged more the a handful of words and more or less the repetitive "hello" versus the full blown conversations I have with people at the office I could make an arguement that both are in my life but also not really, certainly not big enough to say have a chair. I like your poem though, straight forward and almost provocative "must earn a spot" I applaud you eleven


"Some people die at 25 but buried at 75" Benjamin Franklin 

eleven_eleven's picture

This is more about your

This is more about your personal table - intimate table. But, you go to get your coffee assuming that man will be there and still go to the same place.  you cannot choose your coworkers, but you still go to work assuming they will still be there. Those are conscious choices. Thanks for reading! :)