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« on: September 13, 2018, 05:48:23 AM »

The strange, weird feeling of fearing something that looks that different but it was a part of yourself. Scary monsters were people like us that radically mutated and now they give us goosebumps because we may end that way. Who knows, maybe we are the ones to be feared and rejected and thrown away. Which is the worst, paralyzing fear of both, the ugliness we see out there or the ugliness inside ourselves? Have you ever tried to turn your eyes inside, look what it really is inside? Scanning inside, deep diving in an ocean of rotten flesh and rotten ideas. What those ideas really look like, a giant, dark albatross, or maybe a swarm of flies? I try everyday to get into the flow, try not to fear the wandering currents that puzzles me that much. Everything changes, some things almost instantly (and you get dizzy), sometimes they take years to grab to the ground and avoid the fall to the deeps of depression and fear. Fear is the worst of them all, a black, sluggish worm that eats whatever shit it finds on its way to the very core of the thoughts and feelings, and carves a bottomless pit where you fall endlessly. And we fear about mutation when there's no place to grab and stand up inside. Don't give up, they say, fear can smell fear inside and outside, an acre scent that is mouth-watering to the worms of fear. Stapling them is our goal.
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