Wait for the dawning

new ideas?

forthright intention

or uncandid snare

a one size fits all

or tailored-made

new is not always better

til proven worthy

Reena’s Xploration Challenge #212

It’s new … does it mean it’s welcome?

-Eugi

Image by Antonio López from Pixabay

About Eugenia

“I would rather be amongst forest animals and the sound of nature, than amongst city traffic and the noise of man.” Anthony D. Williams.
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20 Comments

  1. Very true.

  2. The last line sums it up. It’s not about being new or old.

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  4. True lines. I liked the photo too. 🙂

  5. Nope, Not Pam

    So very true, I love the allegories and your also back in my reader 🙂

  6. So true …. but sometimes all new needs is time to show it’s worthiness.

  7. Like shoes… new has to be broken in?
    Certainly there are some ‘New’ things I can do without 🙂

    • Some “new” things need time to prove their value. I’m not one to pounce on purchasing something new until I know more about it, especially electronics. 😉

      • Hubby’s got a smart phone… Through his work. (Though retired he still helps occasionally so he gets to keep it).

        So many phones and plans. For a while there was one type of smart phone they wouldn’t allow on planes. Not sure if that issue was fixed.

        I still have records and CD’s. I remember 8track tapes and cassettes. And of course the ‘real’ dial phones. And TV’s with picture tubes. Us older folks need to stick together, so we can get lost together 😉

      • Ha ha! I love the last sentence in your comment! Yep, I remember all that stuff too. I love some of the new fangled stuff like smart phones and computers. We don’t don’t buy the newest trends but wait and see how they fare. 😉

      • 😀

  8. Very interesting question Eugi!! And a solid poem to back up the question….New is NOT necessarily better indeed…..
    {{{hugs}}} Sherri-Ellen (BellaSita Mum) & purrss BellaDharma

  9. Some old possessions hold precious memories. <3 Love this poem and agree with the sentiments, Eugi!

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