Zach Street’s haiku speaks to the constant evolution of man and men.
Editor’s Note: “When,” opens the poem. As so many do. But whether or not they do, there’s the expectation that they could. Expecting change, of course, makes adaptation to change far easier. Whether it’s with technology or teaching, the martial arts or music, evolution is often synonymous with improvement — lest we be the “fish twitch on dry stone.”
when rivers run dry
wise men will find new rivers
fish twitch on dry stone
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