#163. Cook & Wittgenstein

February 4, 2010

the hourglass may say
time is always running out
but actions speak loud
and the sand feels the gravity
of time and runs down
no matter how often the vessel

of course wittgenstein challenges us
about our knowledge of anything

but historically i am with sam cook

i do know that i love you
and one and one are three

6 Responses to “#163. Cook & Wittgenstein”

  1. gregbrown said

    wonder poem. . .like the juxtaposition of r&b and existential philosophy

  2. Evelyn said

    Great ending paragraph

  3. Evelyn said

    Made up&makes sense lol

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