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August 15, 2012

Questions Within Questions


Do you have a hidden talent?
Or a talent for staying hidden?
Do you know who forbids whom?
Or know who was forbidden?

Can you overthrow government?
Or govern those overthrown?
Can you own all you’ve refused?
Or refuse all that you own?

18 comments:

  1. Thought provoking questions Eric....you are boggling my brian!!! :-)

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  2. there are times we hide and times we forbid
    I'd like to change the government but I don't want to rule
    The best two lines are the last- very thought provoking !!

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  3. Love how the questions mirror each other. Great word play! :)

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  4. These questions are really creating a lot of action within my grey matter. Love the mirroring and wordplay.

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  5. cool play with words here... i rather prefer hidden talents than staying hidden..in most cases..ha..smiles

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  6. This is a lot of fun, and very good.

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  7. blue.
    and 7.
    except when the sun
    is at its apex.

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  8. finely riddled, Eric - one could almost think you the reincarnation of that old sphinx... ;)

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  9. Oh very good - but I don't know the answers!
    Anna :o]

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  10. Yes very thought provoking questions!!

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  11. Good reversals in your questions. It adds importance.

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  12. a = all of the above
    b = none of the above
    all other answers, take your chances
    this was fun!

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  13. Conundrums?...or is there a better word? Great food for thought!

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  14. Wonderful play of words, Eric!

    Hank

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  15. We are capable of hiding things, or are we hiding from being capable? Ha ha. That doesn't make sense, but I tried. Perhaps it would be a good exercise if we flipped our thinking over more often and really had a good look at what we are doing. :)

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  16. A thought-provoking framework of questions!

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