My cousin once said she had
A solution to all problems—
To delete all things she did not like
From her mind,
As if files occupying memory space idly. 

Re-programming the computational mind[1] she’d 
Found a solution
Within the human condition—
A powerful processor for
 Problems puzzling and perplexing, 
Every trace of existence.

Ah, she was intelligent indeed
I thought that’s what I need
But I was never much good with technology,
I never had the logic you see.


1. The philosophical theory of the computational mind.
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