This day is dross, it grows like moss and yet it goes a pitter-patter.
Why should I care, why should I dare, since it really doesn’t matter.
And yet, some say, I should care before I cast it all into the air, for the wind to take it where it will, this way or that without being still, for a moments grasp in desperation until it lands upon the station, of life lived, lost and left behind. Too much thought for this frail mind.
I am what I am, or I is what I is, as Popeye said, before he died upon his bed.
There really isn’t this or that or whatever else we think is this or that.
There is only what is, accept or not, not a damn thing upon which to hang our hat
Other than who we are and know down deep. And with that fact, I’ll rest in sleep.