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Monday 1 February 2010

Haiku #36

For Richard Dawkins aimlessness
nature's grand indifference.
Whence life's lofty valuation?


Stephen Dell'Aria said...

Hard to be a believer…but. You present the riddle well, if I am following you correctly.

Raj said...

ok. i lost myself in the whirlpool.

the last line, does it ask,

where life gets such a high value
what life as such values in high regard?


Tabor said...

I am afraid I also am not quite smart enough to understand...but I don't really know much about Dawkins and aimlessness.

Ronda Laveen said...

It does beg the question, doesn't it?

Dave King said...

Yup, I'll have to hold my hands up to this one. The thinking was: If he is so sure that nature is blind, indifferent and uncaring, why does he regard life so highly?