Comments by Sorrowful Jester

  • "Some may point out that the answer (?) to your rhetorical (?) question is answered (?) to "The Abyss" which is based on an essay I've been trying to dig up. Philosophy is the science of logic, but "The Abyss" / or the essay on which it was based / or even this one are merely the prologue to a whole philosophical book --unless you are Wittgeinstein and can answer ALMOST EVERYTHING in just 75 pages :)"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Rain and I" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "I don't believe that I may have a very artistic nature, but your comment... it makes me feel as if I've written something that I could call "poem", for the point of good poetry, in my humble opinion, aside from all others and most importantly is to make the reader find metaphors / symbolism / et cetera that allow that person to empathize / sympathize or even relive past events. Thank you, kindly, for your hyperbolic to me / true (?) to you that makes me want to upgrade my account soon so that I can upload dozens of other pieces, like this one, that I have not published here yet. Again thank you, milady!"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Rain and I" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "Thank you for your comment. It means a lot to me (to continue publishing what I write from time to time). During certain periods of the year I avoid doing certain things. One such thing is reliving these events by Christmas --or this could be a fictional thing that enables me to empathize or even sympathize with someone else's experience. I am but a lowly Jester ;) "
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on ""Sinister Wine"" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "Thank you for the concern. Back when I was a teenager I could have joined one of those Satanic groups (just because I was looking for anything that would give me an adrenaline rush, but nowadays, even though I currently reside in a country where secret ceremonies and even human sacrifices still take place, I devoted myself into helping people. Even though I feel soulless, I still have logic that helps me choose right from wrong paths. Still... I thank you for your advice! I wish you the best!"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "Invocation to Lilith" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "I can just say I've been in many places, done many thing, tried/trying to live life at its fullest almost always. Although what I'm saying means that there have been dark spots in my lifeline as well. :)"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "Coffin Shaped Room" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "Why, thank you, milady! I really like the prism from which you're looking at it and the way you connect dots. Although some wavelenghts might have gotten absorbed by darkness, or maybe every waveleghth escaped and you saw light threw it. I prefer staying under the veil of darkness if this is okay by you :)"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "Coffin Shaped Room" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "Now I, finally, know what that "write something inspired by this" button is for :) I don't know if I've ever commented on your work. If I haven' done sot, it's, probably, because your work makes me feel too tiny to comment. Surely I've read some of your work. I just couldn't bring myself to comment. Thank you for this marvelous poem, milady! *bows and exits the stage with the rest of the puppets controlled by Deam Soul Apathy* :)"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "...Poetic...Shards " by SolApathy
  • "Eventually Deus ex machina, gets of the damned Machina, and decides to join the rest of the actors/puppets to say thank you for watching our performance to the followers/puppets :P -Thank you puppets of all sorts :P"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Nameless One" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "Eventually Deus ex machina, gets of the damned Machina, and decides to join the rest of the actors/puppets to say thank you for watching our performance to the followers/puppets :P -Thank you puppets of all sorts :P"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Nameless One" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "Eventually Deus ex machina, gets of the damned Machina, and decides to join the rest of the actors/puppets to say thank you for watching our performance to the followers/puppets :P -Thank you puppets of all sorts :P"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Nameless One" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "WOW. Much like the commentator said (actually wrote; even better typed), your words are even better then my writing (actually I paraphrased him a bit --let's wish he doesn't mind me doing so :) ) *bows* Thank you, sir! May leave the stage now? *bows again before heading off* :) "
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Nameless One" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "Why, thank you! Did I do all of the awesome stuff that you speak of on your marvelous comment with my writing? I must be a genius :P Hahaha! *bows* Again, thank you! *bows*"
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Nameless One" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "I feel as if you wrote it and I am the reader/commentator here by reading your comment, or as if you were living with me at that place. I am so glad that I could portray so much imagery, sound, feelings, et cetera from what I've seen, head, felt, et cetera :) Again, I will cherish your comments in my mind and heart :) *bows* "
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "Falling into darkness" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "I am so glad that you enjoy it. I began as a means healing my own "battle" wounds and meeting like minded people, but nowadays, I believe, I'm still writing to raise awareness about issues --that I find that people should start caring more about--, but mostly to entertain, offer joy, share some of the music, imagery, et cetera that I have gotten mesmerized from along the way hoping that someone might appreciate it and that I could get to know about things they like. Like I keep saying: Godel's axiomatically proven, math theorems, essentially, among other things gave us a definitive, mathematical answer to the question: "how do we evolve?" Well, we do it by getting to know as many people as possible and gathering as much experience as possible."
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Angel who Fell in Love with Death" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "I wrote it for a great poet / singer who distanced himself when he found out that he had cancer, and died all alone. He didn't want others to cry about his condition. It's much like Maria "Tristesa" (Astarte's vocalist), she kept doing her thing (playing music) without telling anyone. She kept creating great music until a few months before her death :( Ring of Sorrow (a symbolism for blood cancer awareness. It was her death note :( R.I.P. Maria :( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_G80tGd-4MI "
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Rain and I" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "Why, thank you. I've noticed that people don't like reading short stories or essays that much. So I think I'll go for short poems, like this one."
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Abyss" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "I published an essay on how essentially Godel's & Russel's math theorems of of Completeness & Incompleteness translate to: we'll never fully comprehend even our own selves. So the best thing we can do is experience as many things as possible and meet as many "good" / "bad" people as possible. This is how we get closer to theosis. "
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Abyss" by Sorrowful Jester
  • "I forgot to mention, that I'm really bad at poetry. I don't even use that word for my work. I like Western Philosophy from Aristotle (the father of meta-thinking, even though he's wrong about most things, because of his poor epistemological background) to Godel, Wittgenstein and Lygeros. Western Philosophy is closer to my field of studies, since it's the science of logic which can be proved with math theorems based on valid axioms. I don't believe I'm much of an "artist". So lately I'm experimenting with poetry that intertwines with philosophy and mathematics / arithmetic / riddles / puzzles. So you're quite observative."
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Abyss" by Sorrowful Jester
  • ""how we'll be remembered" In case I didn't ask / "answer" this question, I should. Thank you. I prefer constrictive criticism even if sometimes it's harsh. I could continue creating a whole other poem focusing on what you wrote."
    Posted by Sorrowful Jester on "The Abyss" by Sorrowful Jester
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