Saturday, 7 November 2009

Missing Contemplation - Richard Iveson

Life is cruel and kind when all that uncoils when the head unwinds, is partial glyphs of recollections from a recording device that skirts over facts and figures. Our memories lapse in light of moments of complications and contemplations, which our good nature knowingly sweeps aside to ensure continuation of survival. Had we the knowledge to be able to glimpse into the darker regions that we purposefully disregard, as if it were a mission statement for existing, a blazing trail of hurt would consume. Life is cruel and kind. Its mysteries protect the sodden soul.

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