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Butterfly Worries

September 3, 2018
By WritingTheWriteWay PLATINUM, St. Louis, Missouri
WritingTheWriteWay PLATINUM, St. Louis, Missouri
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Favorite Quote:
"They laugh at me because I'm different. I laugh at them because they're all the same"(Kurt Cobain).

I wonder, still

How reliant we are upon chemical reactions

To survive,

To know.

And what do we know

Is the reflection of color is simply a dance of atoms

Upon the inner workings of the eye,

A hallucination we are all living in.

If we can not observe what is testable,

Which is somewhat objectionable,


May I ask you,

How do you see the results,

And how do you measure whether

All I can see is the same or not,

Then how,

May I ask, some chose to make chemical reactions

That cause an inverse reaction they know about beforehand,

Anyhow, they do anything to compete to complete,

Feat done-

Now you’re done.

The butterfly effect...

If the warm fuzzy feeling true to psychology won’t help you,

Maybe cold, hard science will-

Whatever you come out, comes back.

The waves shall reflect and bend and turn,

No need to worry

Unless you did something terribly awful to not someone,

But yourself?

Need I see or otherwise say any else?

The author's comments:

The butterfly effect, how it relates to karma and psychology, as well as simple everyday chemical reactions.  Denial and ignorance are eternal and they find your way back to you.

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