Jixin Gao

Rookie (Singapore)

Where Is The Logic. - Poem by Jixin Gao

†Those garish epiphanies-I get,
and get and get, yet again.
They hit me like jets freezing water,
They hit my skull till it dents-
and eventually penetrates to hit,
the very crucial machinery part,
the mind.†

(head to the desk,
pen at rest.
REM sleep mode ON.)
********************
Whaaattt was that?
Uh oh… this thing inside this hard shell? #knock knock the skull.

Leeettt me list the characteristics.
The rubbery soft bendable,
what you would say flexible,
literally or figuratively;
hum. mind.

Aaa more detailed description?
Taaakkkeee yours apart yourself.

UHH! TUTTTT! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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****************** zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz*************************** ****

'pardon old man here. '

zzzzzz***problem caused by mind malfunction***zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

'uh oh…'
' let me fix this'
*** zzz***
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Uh oh. Let me explain.
Then they say the mind is an unsolvable mystery.

Well, they said the mind is either a habitat, breeding creativity;
or a haunting manifestation of agonizing, pervasive thoughts.

I say, it is not.
I said, 'Neither.'
I said, N.O.

Uh oh. Let me make you understand.
Uh. Let me mould your understanding.

So I, uh,
said, the mind is just a CPU.
I said, the mind is just like a storage space.
Or what you call the what?
The hard thing.
Disky… Uh oh, the hard disk.

YEAH YEAH, so how can it be so power(fool) ?
full of power you mean?

BUT. I did to charge it.

Old man deduces: logic fails!

I say, i shout:
NO WAY! ! AND I JUST REPLACED THE E**ING LOGIC BOARD! !
arm flails.
***
Hey, wake up.
'WAKE UP. WAKE UP YOU TOOT before I HIT YOUR HEAD! ! ! '
nooo… don't spoil the CPU… noooooo…


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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 9, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, August 9, 2010


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