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POEM: The Sum of All Ignorance

Oh, take me on a learning spree.

Explain the nature of reality.

Am I living in a simulation?

Perhaps, dumb luck is the world’s foundation.

Does life have meaning, or must I make one?

Should I live for love, or live for fun?

Should I consecrate or desecrate?

Do I live by chance or live by fate?

The answers, they grow no nearer.

Am I the heard or the hearer?


If I received such a knowledge bearer,

would I awake in bliss or in terror?


  1. Nita Jain says:

    “all ignorance toboggans into know
    and trudges up to ignorance again:
    but winter’s not forever, even snow
    melts; and if spring should spoil the game, what then?”


  2. I love how you opened this. Well done


  3. SoundFlyer says:

    Live for love it’s the optimum fun. Heard and hearer be but two ears one mouth. Explore, explore explore until you can explore no more, you’ve arrived! – Thought provoking poem, excellent.


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