June 20, 2014
coors

icrappoetry:

there once was a cro-magnon man
who evolved to drink beer from a can
he wouldn’t say coors
if you asked him “what’s yours?”
he’d just grunt about bud’s cosmic plan

June 19, 2014
assumpta

icrappoetry:

said the maiden assumpta o’leary;
“observation is laden with theory -
you may call that a short
but i’m bound to retort
that to me it’s not whiskey, it’s beery”

June 16, 2014
On the source and nature of morality

icrappoetry:

For a clear, fun introduction to philosophical questions concerning the source and nature of morality, check out “‘Right’ said Father Fred: Father Ted and moral philosophy”. Available in the kindle book-store on Amazon. No kindle required - Amazon Prime members can download and read the book for free!

Search for A.J. Doherty in the kindle store, or just click:

http://www.amazon.com/Right-said-Father-Fred-philosophy-ebook/dp/B00K09EN5E/ref=sr_1_16?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1398806375&sr=1-16

Cheers!

June 15, 2014
Through a glass, darkly

Through a glass, darkly

June 6, 2014
comb

i was sitting alone in my home
when an elephant sat on my comb
i didn’t despair
as i ain’t got no hair
and in any case, no one was there

June 4, 2014
popper

the wife of the late sir karl popper
was esteemed as an excellent shopper
there were some who’d deny it
or say they don’t buy it
but the theory was no one could stop her

(from ‘102 limericks’ by A. J. Doherty, Amazon kindle store)

May 21, 2014
recall

a company, once standing tall
crashed right into a moral brick wall
“gee, we wish we could say
emm, what got in our way
but we honestly just can’t recall’

May 13, 2014
birf

in the world of the hip lipid flies
lived eight londoners spying on eyes
they’d insipidly surf
giving lip, giving birf
to an octopus telling pork pies

May 4, 2014
lottie

little lottie who lived in botswana
met a hottie inside a banana
but now gone is the day
one can eat crème brûlée
en français, angleterre or españa

April 29, 2014
pearl

the philosopher known as john searle
thought the mind to be quite like a pearl
the brain is the oyster
that moister and moister
becomes the mysterious girl

April 25, 2014
liver

the philosopher john stuart mill
was feeling increasingly ill
he needed a liver
but met with no giver
well - none acting out of free will