Savvy Raj

Live Life Lovingly!

What’s your interpretation?

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Take a coal seller a scholar  and a poet out in the fields

The poet will be silent and full of wonder
The scholar will look and think
The coal seller  will probably search for  blackberries and mushrooms.


Take them to the theater
And only the coal seller isn’t yawning.

The person who prefers what is alive
To what is artificial
Is the man who thinks  sings and  dreams.

The head of the  coal seller is full of fantasies.



I came across  this  intriguing poetry by the great Spanish  Poet  Antonio Muchado. I found some of his works fascinating .
And  some of his works are  deeply reflective and  often spiritually and ethically inclined.



Shared this particular  poem for its perspective… do you agree?
What is your interpretation  of this poetry?
Would love to know!

Savvy

Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor & Consultant

10 thoughts on “What’s your interpretation?

  1. Directors
    Producers
    Actors
    Feel
    What
    Audience
    Flows No..:)

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  2. I feel like the coal seller can see diamonds among coals and he is optimistic to see good things everywhere 🙂

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  3. Living the the now….is what matters…

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  4. Thank you for sharing!.. the coal seller chose to live “life”…. “Every morning your have two choices: continue to sleep with your dreams, or wake up and chase them.” (Author Unknown)… 🙂

    Hope all is well in your part of the universe and all your tomorrows are filled with happiness!… 🙂

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