Entry - MAG Poetry Prize 2010

causality knows naught

by Darren Gan

A reason now,
causality knows naught.
Faith we shall,
though fate forgot.
Ideals yonder,
brilliance with splendour,
in discrete ignorance,
much no wonder.
One a many,
conscious but not,
Diversity bane,
a zero sum game,
never thought.
May the rider of reason,
guide the stallion,
the spirit,
so the animal learns, 
to live,
or not.

Added: 23.04.2010

Judges' comments on this poem


As I am a determinist I can't really appreciate this poem.