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Poetry

 

The Absurdity of the Demise of a Feeling Unknown

For what sensible purpose does it hold
or of what kind of fate it is,
when its occurrence and its cessation are made without its purpose fulfilled?
Is that its very purpose?
To exist—only to cease?
There's no essence of any conceivable sort!
To have fallen without you hearing the sound of its fall?
The purpose is for you to know: that you have swept me off my feet!

About the author

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Andrew Joseph P. Weber

He is currently a Faculty Researcher in TUPV. He loves writing what he observes in the world, inside and out. To name a few, he is a reductionist, materialist, physicalist, both vitalist and mechanist, hard-determinist and Bayesian epistemologist by way of life.

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