I decided to start this piece based solely on the power of the word why. Why?
Why do you ask why, one might ask. Why?
Well, why is the question with no set or simple answer. Why?
It is the question with no end. Why?
It forces us to ponder why is why the way it is and why it isn’t that which it is not. Why?
Yet even when we decide what is why and why is why, there is always another why to answer. Why?
They say that to know good is to do good. Why?
Why do we what is good and why is it good? Why?
Why is good not evil and why evil not good? Why?
Why can’t we do evil and have it be good? Why?
Why can’t we do good and have it be evil? Why?
Why are the best of intentions not enough? Why?
Why is it sometimes they are? Why?
Is there a final answer for why? Why?
Is why the the final answer for why? Why?
Why could not be the final answer for why.
For why would only ask “Why?” Why?
For to truly know why is why, why would then cease being why. Why?