The phases we go through …

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Some of us are loners,

To work with someone is beneath our honor,

Independent or Isolated?

On our own efforts we want to fly high,

Any attempts to join a group will we continuously defy,

Lose the burden,and fly high

And then there are those,

who think –  the others are not their type,

They feel like the odd one out,

when they do not fit the stereotype

Odd one out !

Some of us put up with another,

Albeit from a distance,

Getting too close with a fellow brother,

Sometimes might be a hindrance,

I dont trust you

And then there are those who work in twos,

Without the other – one cannot even choose

Together is good, Dependence is not!

And then there are the small homogenous groups,

Where everyone feels the need to keep each other in the loop,

success of small groups prompt you to make them larger!

The group grows into a herd,

Problems increase,

It becomes difficult to move forward,

Gone are hopes of peace

Large groups, more problems

Familiarity soon breeds contempt,

As everyone wants to have their way,

Discussions and compromises are the last attempt,

Before you realise – together you cannot stay

Impossible to be together!

And then the final phase,

You realise – no man is an island,

Rules of nature apply,

And everyone we no longer can ban,

The Solution – Keep them all equidistant,

Not too close, not too far – that here is absolutely salient,

Wisdom dawns at the end of your strife,

For what you went through – is called the circle of Life!

Not distant but Equidistant

P.S. Click on the pictures for a  larger display. I thank the birds for helping me gain some perspective!

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