Saturday, October 19, 2013

to die for

What the one gives up life-blood to create and burnish and extol and fortify, the next mimics dutifully or  misinterprets or disdains or ignores.

This is the way of things and it's not as if anyone were wrong.

But noticing this, I think anyone might consider rethinking what is created and burnished and extolled and fortified.

It may be to-die-for, but is it to-die-for?

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