by Kacie Rahm
Thursday, October 24, 2002
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Can a fact ever REALLY be proven? There is never a certainty, only a majority of opinion. If every mind agreed on one opinion, it is still not a fact. Do you agree? If a fact can never be proven, than is the fact that a fact can never be proven a proven fact? Is it a fact that I stand on the ground? Or sit in a chair? Is it a fact that there is substance, or is substance a majority of opinon as well. What about the minority? Are they giving facts that we all ignore? Are their facts worthy of majority? Do the minorities believe in substance? If their is no substance, there is no you, me. Are facts just information drilled in our heads? When somebody says that the sky is blue, is it blue just because they said? When you didn't know the sky was blue, it might have been green. If the whole world told you the sky was green, would you view it as green?
I'm sorry for rambling, last night I was thinking of this, it kind of weirds me out.
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|Reviewed by Angie Guevara
|Reviewed by ♥ Kari Hirshey ♥ (Reader)
|I agree, I think that we are told things and put words to something that can't really even be expressed by a poet. Good write, and that's a fact... :P|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|good ramblings here, kaci! sometimes it helps to write 'em out and just think about them. love, your friend, karen lynn. (((HUGS))) :)|
|Reviewed by Alexander Shaumyan (Reader)
|Good one, Kaci. The world is just what we experience. My experience may be different from yours or anyone else's. When we commmunicate through poetry, we can only hope that someone else shares our experience.|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|sometimes we can only know what is real is by living the proof...|
|Reviewed by Donna Quesinberry
|this is one of those puzzle writes
like follow the yellow brick road and if it goes in opposite directions is it going in the same direction?
|Reviewed by Patricia Boudreau
|If the sky were green...and grass blue...would the world be better... or worse... very thought provoking little write here !!|