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how are you using (y)our language?

the narrator has nothing in it for you at all; his work- red hot for some- in what concerns you is as cold as ice; he speaks of you often, never to you. if he demonstrates the tactics of colonialism, … Continue reading

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faces

anonymous eyes peering into yours from the sides of buildings and down darkened alleys. faces, strained in eternal anticipation. both infernal and heavenly, returning no requests for more information. what you see is what you get, infinite regress. infinitely blessed. … Continue reading

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street art & the revolution

observing the graffiti prevalent on building walls and other public surfaces he realized that acts of vandalism served as paradoxically loud testaments to the silently linguistic temporal mobility humans have. if you can See, a city instantly becomes a brash, … Continue reading

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