Did We Forget Ourselves Again? – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Photo: Stylidium – Trigger Plant – at Beelu National Park.

“The first law of ecology is that everything is related to everything else.” Barry Commoner

Did We Forget Ourselves Again? Did we forget ourselves for the umpteenth time today, dislocating our circularity of existence in favour of a myth, that we are refugees from our own interconnectivity, an ignorance of our interdependence with all that breathes. Dislocating our circularity of existence in favour of a myth, the long held shadow of self-deception celebrating plenty, an ignorance of our interdependence with all that breathes, ironically diminishing the circle of life that sustains all things. The long held shadow of self-deception celebrating plenty, the smoke and mirror of self-congratulatory independence, ironically diminishing the circle of life that sustains all things, in favour of a fleeting feeling of euphoria vested in ego. The smoke and mirror of self-congratulatory independence, that we are refugees…

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