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Bethel Erastus, PhD

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Poetry

Will You Remember Me?

I learned to see you as a distant, detached subject, clinging to the dogma taught I endured the pain of your frost and indifferent friendship with commitment I grew to love you for what you are and as presented even against the truth blatant The rose of our dalliance sprouted in full elegance and bloomed …

Poetry

The Solipsist Manifesto

There is the frosting of affection, the absence of love and a vacuum of nexus. There is no lasting friendship and water always finds its level. Do not fool yourself with illusions of an eternal fraternity or fleeting love. Let not your noble heart burn with desires of amity nor deceive it with loyalty built …