A glass half empty

is often mistaken for

a glass half full.

To a dabbler like me

the glass always looks complete,

replete to the brim,

explete when the common

analogy demands the glass

is somewhat quite larger

than what it contains.

But then, in saying that,

it is also empty too

because I’ve sipped from

it, enjoying its contents

and therefore wondering what’s

all the fuss about.


© 2017 L. Tafa



Author: b20f08

I enjoy solo wargaming and writing. The first caters to the boy that never grew up; the latter satisfies a deep desire to communicate. Cheers.

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