Quarkoala

United States

My Passions:
-Physics.
-Writing.
-Math.
-Reading.
-Music.
-Computer science.

My Large Collections:
-Books.
-Tabletop games.

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My Writing

May 17, 2020

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will never be known on the large scale,
that would require
me having talent
(or so they say).

But if it were,
I would be dead by then,
and would not,
could
not
care.

Just like all who have created
something
    anything
        even just ideas,
    in their lives,
that were only fully appreciated

after they died.
They do not,
can
not
care.

Socrates
    Galileo
        Van Gogh
            Wegener

                Can care

            About what

        Was when

    They were

Alive

(or before)

And nothing else

The world is meaningless now
to those who died before.
Who, what, where, why, and how,
are but questions that are fun to explore.
When is the real deal that
should be worshipped, and thought
over in great chunks of when, and sat
down at the head of the table of not
anything but everything
when there is nothing left.
Good deeds do not mean anything,
only dirty murder and theft.

To those who died before,
it doesn't matter;
are but big questions fun to explore?
No, not close, for nothing
should be worshipped, and thought
of as anything more than everything.
Down at the head of the table of not
knowing, is a monster, equal to anything
when there is nothing left.
There is nothing left, not even
dirty murder and theft.
And to those who died before,

the world is meaningless now.
Nothing can change that,
nothing can change.
Our writing,
our words,
do not
exist,
no.

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  • sunny.v

    argh this really hits just because i always wonder about how the best writers became well known for their works after their deaths! nice job. hopefully some of us can take off during our lifetimes!


    7 months ago