Intelligence Divine

“Love is three quarters curiosity.”   – Giacomo Casanova

 

“Curiosity will conquer fear even more than bravery will.”   –  James Stephens

 

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Intelligence Divine

An old adage points the finger

Laying blame like a heavy

Tapestry – perhaps a cover-up?

The cat was not killed

By curiosity

It was curiosity

That set the cat free

Set it on the path

Where secrets lie

Skeletons

Are hidden

Curiosity

Leads it to that

Less traveled path

For those who have the

Courage – courage to find

Trésors caches de la vie

Le Chat

Worshipped in

Ancient Egypt

Curiosité

A mark of intelligence

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Bisous,

Léa

Author: Léa

A wanderer who has found home and herself in the South of France.

14 thoughts on “Intelligence Divine”

  1. Where would we be without curiosity! I’m sure I ask more questions than is considered polite. . . brilliant poem, love the quotes 😀 x

    1. Absolutely Becka! I also believe that curiosity and passion are intrinsically linked. 🙂 x
      There is no such thing as too many questions when you are really seeking answers! 😉

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