Reincarnation comes around full circle

ReincarnationRecently I spent some time pondering the idea that we might choose our own parents.

That led me to consider the concept of reincarnation.

The exploration of which led me to a surprising destination which, I had to laugh, because it didn’t surprise me too much. Let’s just say that my curiosity led me full circle to a satisfying conclusion. If you ponder very carefully, you might even find a humble connection back to this very blog. Prepare to open your mind to great mysteries and wonder!

So, for advanced Abyss studies, I will link you to a bit of cowboy poetry. (I’m not republishing the content here on my blog out of respect for the author’s copyright.) I urge you to read the entire poem (it’s not that long) and then consider what you have learned about reincarnation and my blog.

by Wallace McRae

Click here to read the poem

What goes around comes around. Enjoy, pardner!


7 responses

  1. Very good, a poetic way to post about one of your favorite words — and the word ain’t reincarnation!


    1. Thank ya kindly, ma’am. One of my favorite poems, and for a good reason, I reckon. I like being green and plan to do some recycling after my death.


  2. That’s a hilarious poem and pretty true too.


    1. I agree. It’s nice knowing even after death I’ll have something to look forward to.


  3. And people always say the bit about “there’s no way I’m going to come back as a worm when I die.”

    Well, you may not come back as one but you’ll probably feed one!


    1. The worms will no doubt be close personal friends of mine. I plan to have them over for dinner as soon as possible after I get settled in to my new “digs.”



  4. Reblogged this on Shouts from the Abyss and commented:

    Yee haw! It’s time to “recycle” this post. Now with more video goodness. Watch the clip as fast as you can before YouTube reincarnates it. Let’s ride.


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