I imagine I am the creator
I imagine I am the created and I am the creator and I am the created I am both, I am neither.
I exist because I think I exist
so I have created myself, just as you exist to me because I think you exist, I am creator.
I say I can touch you so you
must exist, but I touch with my mind so I cannot prove your existence only the thought of your existence.
When I die, I will no longer exist,
and you will no longer exist as far as my you is concerned and that is the only you I can know.
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First Proposition: You were put up
for adoption because your birth parents couldn’t or didn’t want to raise you.
Second Proposition: We or I adopted you
because I wanted you and not another and to give you the good life you deserved.
Argument: Given all of the possible
alternatives, you ought to be thankful that we saved you from that other life.
First Fallacy: My birth mother feared
rejection for getting pregnant but would have been a loving, educated parent.
Second Fallacy: My adoptive mother
had two children with her second husband after they married, her children at last.
Opinion: You will he told that you are
one of the family, a coequal part inseparable from and of the others, and the same.
Fact: You were made an orphan and
always will be one, and the best you can hope for is to be just like family, a simile
that you know will always be a transparent
wall that you can never hope to climb and which keeps you always separate.
Humor is highly subjective
and what will make
you laugh is just
as likely to elicit
a groan, or worse, from me.
Things I find funny
you are likely to think
absurd or foolish.
It has always been this way
and this is how it will
likely continue, so funny
will remain the final proof
of Einstein’s general theory
and rest assured, he’s laughing
in his grave.