Monthly Archives: December 2015

Hold On!

I met a bitter old man who said, “Your senses can’t be trusted, And nothing can be known. Man’s nature, it is busted— This truth I’ve always known. Look, put this stick into the lake And see how it looks … Continue reading

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The Worship of Tenitery

What is eternity? Naught but a sound. A combination of e…ter…nit…y. It could just as well be tenitery. The religious person says he wants to die And go up to heaven for tenitery. But nothing is nothing, and that will … Continue reading

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Kant, The Terrorist

The evil creature Kant does say In duty throw your life away. For then you’ll be totally free From the taint of reality. And many men listen to he, Who feel him superior, wise, And go setting other men free … Continue reading

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What Came In?

Praise came in with a silv’ry wreath, Gave it to one who had not belief, But solo convictions born of thought That held the words of the works he wrought. Love came in with a trident true, Gave it to … Continue reading

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The Bodiless Phantom

I walked into the office and there was Greg, sitting with hands folded, eyes closed, and mumbling something. “Greg,” I said, “what are you doing?” He looked up, surprised, and said, “I’m praying.” “Praying? What’s that?” “Surely, Bob, you know … Continue reading

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Beyond, or Below, Understanding?

Ben, a rational atheist, in presenting highly imaginative, yet very logical arguments against belief in God, finally got his opponent, Rich, locked into a corner. Upon which Rich responded with what he apparently felt was an unanswerable statement: “The ways … Continue reading

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