That white kettle pretending to be black

I want to stop. See people again. For who they are, what they are. Not as blurs racing past, nor as mere mile markers in a Disneyfied journey. I want to see the defiance in their eyes. That look of utter rage, as eloquent as classical poetry, as timeless as inherent anarchy. I want to […]

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The prophecy

Once upon a time, in a land far, far from my heart, a headless chicken stalked a hapless fox. None of the villagers really knew from where came the chicken, or how she happened to be in such a state. All that was known, as far as they’re concerned, was that the chicken arrived at […]

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