Learning to Be Alone

Learning to Be Alone
by John Bennett

Unequivocally
& unconditionally
without absolution
or a
fringe of
second-thought
under a
mist of
surrender,
dreamless.

That’s the
way it’s
done to
exit thru
the entrance
door &
make the
questions
disappear.

Even the
sound of
one hand
clapping
goes silent.

1 thought on “Learning to Be Alone

  1. John Bennett multiplies our quotients of questions and answers to our existence and its adds up to our existential universal essence.

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