Poem: Relenting Thoughts

All day I do nothing but think
Remembering the flowers that adorned your lips
As I take off your thorns from my tongue

I bleed, and I bleed slowly
Running away from myself, just to find you
I have forgotten time

Many years and months
Many sorrows have passed

And I know where you are
You are with that someone you wanted me to be
I feel guilty, shameful

I hope you’re depressed
Missing me
Dying to see me

But it is a lie, you are happy
You are happy without me


Alex is a Moron (Dialogue)

Me: How do you know you're not a moron?
Alex: How do you know I'm a moron?
Me: What makes you intelligent then?
Alex: What makes me intelligent is that I'm intelligent.
Me: See, you started off with the wrong foot. That's a logical 
fallacy called "circular reasoning," or "begging the question."
Alex: I don't beg for anything.
Me: Well, you are begging the question.
Alex: What question?
Me: What makes you intelligent.
Alex: I'm just intelligent.
Me: It's fine to think that, but what makes you intelligent?
Alex: The fact that I'm intelligent.
Me: Whatever.

Will is a Piece of Shit [Dialogue]

Me: You're an idiot.
Will: So?
Me: You never realized it before?
Will: I'm not an idiot.
Me: You just recognized you are.
Will: Whatevs.
Me: Why do you have to be like that to people?
Will: Like what?
Me: A real scum piece of shit.
Will: I'm not.
Me: If anyone ever did to you what you did to me, 
what would you think of them? Or more importantly, 
what would do to them?
Will: Yeah, I can see how that would suck.
Me: It would "suck"? Dude, you're a slimy piece of shit.
Will: Yeah I can see why you think that.
Me: I guess that you don't care.
Will: Not too much.
Me: You gaslighted me for no reason.
Will: I had my reasons.
Me: I never even met you before.
*Will Shrouds*
Me: You're a real piece of shit. And you are also a 
retarded moron.
Will: Maybe I am.
Me: "Maybe" you are? You gotta be kidding.



Will Believes in god, Just not the Bible [Dialogue]

Me: So you believe in a god, but not the god of the Bible?

Will: Yes.

Me: Why?

Will: Well, everything comes from somewhere.

Me: So where did god come from then?

Will: I don’t know, maybe this god has always existed.

Me: So you’re saying everything comes from somewhere, yet this god didn’t come from somewhere. That’s a logical fallacy called “Special Pleading.” If the statement that everything comes from somewhere is true, then this god must have come from somewhere too. Otherwise not everything comes from somewhere.

Will: Where did the universe come from then?

Me: I don’t know, but your question is based on the assumption that “everything comes from somewhere” when we clearly don’t know.

Will: So how else did the universe get here?

Me: Maybe it didn’t “get here” and it has always existed, –maybe.

Will: How can something have no beginning?

Me: Well, you didn’t have a problem believing this god has always existed and didn’t have a beginning, so why is it a problem to think that the universe could have always existed?

Will: But how do you know it has always existed?

Me: I’m not saying it –has always existed. What I’m saying is that it’s not required that it must have come from something, maybe it did or maybe it didn’t.

Will: I’m having a hard time believing the universe has always existed.

Me: But you didn’t have a problem believing this god has always existed, I don’t get it.

Will: I just never thought about it that much.