|Reviewed by Yandiswa Molose
|I relate to this.
|Reviewed by Shalonda Williams
|Ms. Frances I can relate. Though I only work(write) at home. I spent much time on the computer or mediating for the next part of the plan. My children often don't get it, but its okay because when they began to see the fruits of labor they will then. Peace.|
|Reviewed by randy smith
|After I had my brain sugery, and started wrighting, I would stare
into space, and be lost in thought. coworkers would ask if i was working on another poem. oh yes a state of mind. great poem thanks.
|Reviewed by 000 000
|Using our minds is exhausting mentally. Cute writing and I laughed.
|Reviewed by Donald Beaulieu
|Excellent. Very common mode for those of use with multitasking minds.|
|Reviewed by Ken Chartrand
|Hi Frances, I read your poem,"State of Mind". Ditto! When I'm in the Zone'I am in deep concentration. Enjoyed the imagery. Please feel free to visit my site here in the "Den".|
|Reviewed by Tony Jenkins
|As long as you doing something.
And nothing is something, I guess.
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|You are so right and many can and will relate to this. The beauty of the mind is that it is always working....
Be always safe,
|Reviewed by Deborah Munson (Reader)
|Oh Yes! Many a day as my dear father sits in front of his computer (now a retired pastor) he sometimes moves not when I visit, but I know his mind is ever working creating Biblical proportions in the commentaries he writes for colleges, churches and individuals to learn from. Thanks for the write -- Bravo to all the unsung heros! Deborah|