The Postmodern Conundrum

The Postmodern Conundrum

A Poem by Katie
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A joke poem that became explosively popular on Opuss -- oh well.

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Come, my loves --
Let us sit and sing
Of a world without value!
How evolved!
How loving!'

If you want this world,
My Children,
There's just -
One - 
Simple - 
Key --

Make your premise 
No premise at all
And paint the lenses
Of your world
With scenes
You wish to see.

Who will sing with me?
Let us forget 
The words of the past!
(Except:
What we want to remember.)

© 2013 Katie



Author's Note

Katie
Poking fun at deconstructionism. No, it doesn't actually make any sense, but that's postmodernism for you.

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This is powerful, deep and amazingly interesting....i loved it

Posted 3 Years Ago


You are a clever fun poker and a brilliant
writer as well.
Hope you will post some more---- We need you.
Thanks,
---- Eagle Cruagh

Posted 4 Years Ago



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Added on October 26, 2013
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Tags: poem, art, philosophy, postmodernism, deconstructionism, satire, humor

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Katie
Katie

Miami, FL



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