Sunday, February 26, 2012

Repressure




Supression in succession gives rise to repression. Repression disrupts inwards. Engagement of the supressable unveils the forbidden and stages its social consequences. To suppress or not to suppress? Either way, we're fucked. Either way we wade through territory which is at once torrid and broken and relentlessly revelatory of our scratches. We deviate without direction towards and away from despair.

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