Metamorphosis


BY LIAM FLANAGAN

Sitting quietly with oneself contemplating the essence
To be found in the body and in the mind
An identity formed from a combination of genes and experience
Or is there another part of being which defines who we are
A spirit which wanders and weaves through the corridors of life
Each change of direction requiring an adjustment to who we are
Not a constant like a rock which cannot be reshaped
Or a river which flows and refuses to be redirected
We are never always the same and so often the opposite

Liam Flanagan is a 47 year old living in Galway on the west coast of Ireland. Degree in English and Philosophy. Teaching Diploma in IT. Ten years experience working in the IT industry. Likes Sport, Music, Film and PoliticsĀ 

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