Paradox

Paradox

A Poem by Kenny Alex

I would be married but I'd have no wife
I would be married to a single life
So the thoughts presented on a desk
Inside Charles Bukowski's head

There is time and there are clocks
But whats more interesting is a paradox
If this statement is true then it must be false
Here runs the English language under your nose

Is every literate person wise?
A question I keep asking myself always
As I see masters of knowledge being fools
And the illiterate passing wisdom to their children

Yet still some principles are hard to understand,
If I don't risk anything I risk a lot more?
How, what and why questions start rising
When mere intelligence is everything but satisfying, Erica Jong

The end of this poem shall mark its beginning






© 2017 Kenny Alex



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There is no true paradox only dilemmas. All things whether that called a paradox or a dilemma requires one be astute rather than wise or intelligent. If astute enough one knows which way to use dilemmas to their advantage. Everything even the choice to consider a paradox could exist rather than a dilemma is a mind changing decision. My advice learn to use dilemmas to your advantage and abandon thoughts of a paradox which is only a choice that has gone badly. Rethink the original dilemma. I guarantee it will not turn out to be a dilemma when perceived properly.

Nice job I needed to realize what I wrote in reaction to the idea for your poem.

As for being married to not having a wife. If you ever consider such insanity I suggest you allow your left brain to be the wife of your right brain or the other way around which to me is the epitome of insanity. Why do anything foolishly that can't actually be done? Even when foolish attempt to do something that can actually be done whether good or evil, sane or insane, inane or completely level headed.

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kenny Alex

3 Months Ago

Thank you in a different angle it is easy to realize the truth



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There is no true paradox only dilemmas. All things whether that called a paradox or a dilemma requires one be astute rather than wise or intelligent. If astute enough one knows which way to use dilemmas to their advantage. Everything even the choice to consider a paradox could exist rather than a dilemma is a mind changing decision. My advice learn to use dilemmas to your advantage and abandon thoughts of a paradox which is only a choice that has gone badly. Rethink the original dilemma. I guarantee it will not turn out to be a dilemma when perceived properly.

Nice job I needed to realize what I wrote in reaction to the idea for your poem.

As for being married to not having a wife. If you ever consider such insanity I suggest you allow your left brain to be the wife of your right brain or the other way around which to me is the epitome of insanity. Why do anything foolishly that can't actually be done? Even when foolish attempt to do something that can actually be done whether good or evil, sane or insane, inane or completely level headed.

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Kenny Alex

3 Months Ago

Thank you in a different angle it is easy to realize the truth

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