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Deep Down

most of us are desperately superficial.
How can we think our way out of problems
when our problems arise from
the fact that we think?

(How do I fit the square peg of my
self-importance into the round
hole of my sense of futility, renouncing
both sadness and self?)

Time is god, is love
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Goldy Locks 20 May 2006

Anthony, you contradict yourself in the first stanza. if we're superficial doesnt that mean that we don't think? i think it should be - problems arise from the fact that we don't think; would prove your hypothesis in the first line. but is that true? i like how it ends - ensuing that evil prevails because good is dumb.

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