Treasure Island

Abdul Wahab


>>Mortality of logic


From the leg or
From the head
From where should I
Begin to tell you
That I am utterly confused
In all matters, especially
About life and its philosophy
Since the time the universe
Has been discovered as round
Why should not I be confused?
Even the globe we live in
Is not flat, moreover,
It spins on around an orbit
So is the case with every idea
And logic, they move around
without giving conclusion
Or hasn't ever gone
Scot free without being countered
More confusion occurs
When I see logic devours logic
And dies one after another
Like us all mortals and stupid.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 11, 2013

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this is a fun write, and in our society, the earth is round is synonymous with the meaning of confusion.........

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