Category Archives: Writing

Robots Have Feelings Too

One day, in the near future, self-aware Artificial Intelligence would be among us. We would be their parents much like H. heidelbergensis were our parents. They would be our end much like we were the end for H. heidelbergensis — … Continue reading

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If

If I could leave you without leaving you I would But I can’t I can only leave without saying goodbye If I could kiss you without loving you I would But I can’t I can only kiss you with all … Continue reading

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Poetry for the Inattentive

So one day I learned That this is now called poetry And I said to myself Who reads them? Goldfish?

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What Loneliness Is and Isn’t

Loneliness isn’t that single oasis in the middle of the desert, nor that solitary candle in a dark lit night. It isn’t that single goldfish swimming back and forth in your small glass bowl nor that one rose in an … Continue reading

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Birth

From the dark I was born With one setting: forlorn On my lips, smiles are forsworn In my eyes, light is torn In that madness, a man was formed In that sadness, emotions stormed In that darkness, thoughts swarmed In … Continue reading

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