Or Helping Each Other And
Maintaining the Main Goal Intact
Olga Attovna Fedorova
A goose, and the collective journey
Have you seen a flock of geese high flying
In the sky towards the south warmer land
In their farewell so loudly crying,
Moving forwards in a “V” shape band.
Such a shape can help them moving faster
Every goose gets beneficial free lift
From the front one, whom he’s flying after,
Being a part of a proper-ordered drift.
And the benefit of such formation
Is to keep a steady visual contact
With the other birds, the destination
Can be reached much sooner if the route’s exact.
And it makes it easier to keep together,
And to broaden fields of vision; while blind spots
Are avoided in the storming weather,
Birds can fly directly south across lots.
Isn’t it a model of team working,
Keeping well together through a good contact,
When they help each other, of the others thinking,
While maintaining the main goal intact?
(24 September 2018)
Olga Attovna Fedorova is an associate of the Independent Lodge of Theosophists, ILT. She lives in the administrative region of Moscow, Russia.
The above poem was published in our associated websites on the 27th of September, 2018.
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