“In conlusion, there is no conclusion. Things will go on as they always have, getting weirder all the time.”
— Robert Anton Wilson

Entranced by the strangeness
that passes for the every day
People act in ways not expected
as we do
and we act and react in return
we give kindness
and see it returned
How strange is that?
There is beauty in everything
and yet there is something I’ve never seen before
and it calls to me, beckoning
caught in the siren song of novelty
I follow along
and find myself walking
in strange places
I never knew
I return home a stranger
seeing through new eyes
and come again to know
familiar altered faces
for the first time
a homecoming for every day
and thus nothing gets taken
for granted.
— G A Rosenberg

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