The wind sighs with heartfelt pain.
Tears are falling across the continents ,
mourning an innovator, mourning a dreamer.
His journey out of the box,
change the world today, why not?
He followed his dreams, his gut.
His words, " stay hungry, stay foolish."
Chasing dreams, making them a reality.
His journey an inspiration to all.
Join Melissa for Six Word Fridays, Today we are doing-why not?
perhaps we should learn to ask why not instead of why...perhaps that is yet another of his legaciesReplyDelete
Let us all chase our dreams today!!ReplyDelete
Asking why not instead of why could make things go in the right direction for a change.ReplyDelete
Brian...perhaps we should..smiles.ReplyDelete
Caroline, I think we need to....ReplyDelete
Pat, we should strive to be open to new ideas and chase the dreams....ReplyDelete
We can all learn wonderful lessons from the way he lived his life. Lovely tribute :)ReplyDelete
Inspiring, yes. Stay foolish. Stay hungry.ReplyDelete
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Lori, we can and we should :) thank you.ReplyDelete
Melissa, he was inspiring .......ReplyDelete
Cloudia, YES! :)ReplyDelete
our two words this week stirred me as i sat to write with them ~ i love that you incorporated them into a tribute. just perfect!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Adrienne. Steve Jobs touched all our lives...and I felt so sad when I heard he passed away.ReplyDelete
I am missing Steve, too. Paid tribute to his genius in 2 posts. So good to see so many honoring his legacy and work.ReplyDelete
Stay hungry, indeed! :o)
he was certainly an amazing and accomplished man.ReplyDelete
yep - he was an awesome man - thinking out of the box - and see how he changed the world..ReplyDelete
Important stuff, AyalaReplyDelete
Why not? makes some people just stand out!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Marinela :)ReplyDelete
LaQueshia..... He inspired so many. We were all touched by him.ReplyDelete
Yes, Ed. He was :)ReplyDelete
Claudia, he was awesome. So sad when he passed away .....ReplyDelete
Thank you, Luke. Hope all is well :)ReplyDelete
Gems, true, why not is what changes the world. :)ReplyDelete
He'd always be missed.ReplyDelete
Did you listen to his Stanford speech, incredible. He was a techie but such a dreamer and so human. Interesting combination I hate when I learn more about people once they pass.ReplyDelete
Steve Jobs is my sons hero, he still can't believe he's gone, an amazing mentor to look up tooReplyDelete
He will, Serendipity...he will!ReplyDelete
Thank you, KB :)ReplyDelete
Lauren, his speech was inspiring as he was....I think more people are aware of his story now....ReplyDelete
Christine, I don't think we want to believe that he is gone...such a bright star..he was a hero to so many.ReplyDelete
I love the title of this poem because it is so reflective of Jobs philosophy. He always questioned the dominant theories and asked why can't we do it another way? His presence will be missed. In more ways than we are capable of recognizing.ReplyDelete
wonderful tribute! great message! I'm so happy that you can express the way you do!ReplyDelete
enjoyed this one!
thank you ayala