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To Understand Is to Over Stand

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  • To Understand Is to Over Stand

    It happens when you look at something from a number of angles.
    It’s the inside,outside, and downside dismantled.
    You’ll find it comes channelled-- the beginnings, endings and dialogues scrambled.
    Then ironed out and untangled.
    It’s understanding -- wrangled and enameled; sometimes arrived at through struggle.
    But what is it really -- this understanding? It’s bits and pieces that feel like puzzles.
    Is it to go down and under? To be befuddled? To be less knowledgeable, not loud -- mumbled?
    Or is it to know the ins- and-outs without a doubt? Not soft, but loud.
    It’s knowing the inner and outer, not under but over.
    Understanding is not clouded. Just the opposite -- clear and grounded.

    The seeds of what’s been planted and plotted.

    Indeed, understanding is over standing endowed with explanations -- unbounded.