The conclusion of every good argument

There’s a part of me that believes

-(hush, and don’t tell anyone!)

that I am no writer- and will never be!

That I was always the distracted 

forgetful fragmented ‘wannabe’

philosopher/stoner staring at the

universe with glazed glass-eyes thinking

-so many trains of thought at once

that they’ve all crashed to smithereens. 

Now look, this chaos cannot be instructive

only destructive, and distractive too

collecting different threads of mind

pulling away and apart until

it unravels into 

nothing

the conclusion of every good argument.

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