Sirwin
Sirwin
One step forward, two steps back.
One step forward, two steps back.

One step forward, two steps back.

We can say by metaphysics that our lives are planned and predictable, though seeing the events and situations in our lives in the reality of what they are ontologically there is no interpretation of them that implies greater meaning. From a nihilistic point of view we do not have any lives and there is no meaning. So this is about my views on life.


The Wall

4 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

It was a daunting challenge. It loomed ahead , like an immense wall, Grey dark and undiscovered. Once seen, we were already in its shadow. Too cold for t-shirts, though this constant walking ahead. We groaned, fainted, hunched.  Rain like tears fell...

By the Skin of my Teeth, A story about resilience, Part one section one

22 May 2020 31 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

By the Skin of My Teeth. A Story of Resilience and Victory.    Author Dove Grey Edited by Daniel Larsen-Barr Written 2013-2019 Copyright. All rights reserved by the author.   Part One LOST  Part Two MISSION Part Three ENTERPRISE Part Four DRAFT Part...

Daft knowledge

16 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

For the man who wanted to know Everything , Are we real? Is everything actual? Am I yours, and you are my, projection of some abstract higher thought?  Is the world here, there, or elsewhere? Am I blessed, or am I cursed, or are these things only sub...

Dealer

16 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

"Hey boss, I'm back, From making up for the lack, Of living quarters and the food, That you would sell to any dude. Been down to Brooklyn and The Bronx, Through Queens quiet hard and mean. Been selling gear for the man, Out of pocket, out of hand. Th...

Wine on the Vine

16 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

This winter's rain spoiled the vine, We can produce only bitter wine, From these inundated grapes, We're in for lesser takings, In this here liquor store, I saw today ten customers, Headed for the door. Perhaps I should jam the knob? To keep them mil...

Lonesome Road

13 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

Why did I let them bring me here, This place of darkness, shadows, fear. I must escape, escape I must, For no- one here knows any trust. Should I go that way, or this way forward, A beacon I shall walk toward, To return then to the land I knew, Rejoi...

pandemic

13 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

I consider, If considerations made, Myself to be, Of honest capability. Yet what for the 'flu? Are we through? If Man's character, His character-! Is fallible, How do we say, Culpable? Smear this outbreak, Of monkey germs, Start a campaign, Based on...

Desperate Relationship

13 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

Mixed up justification Its not that I would lie, I say I would never. But that I'm afraid that you're lying to me, To lead me along for money. Its not that I'm afraid of you, It seems that you dislike me, But that I have to earn a living, While you m...

Miracle Worker

13 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

If I was a miracle worker, -and I certainly hope that I was,- I'm sure that I'd escape my straightjacket, And plunder the Universe.   Who says that I haven't? You don't know. But I do, Or else, I think I do,   And so the conundrum goes on, To multipl...

Our Lady of Justice

13 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Dove Grey

Frail, worn and battered,   She timidly emerges from her shelter, Where she has been hiding hunkered down, In recluse so that this world does not crush her, Searches the ground for her regal robe, Picks up her dented measuring scales, Sets its weight...