The Speech

January 1, 2010
As an object may be found as life, so may it be crushed. For the fires of mortality shall burn ever bright in the systems of the world. Death forever lays a cold hand upon the worn mantle and we see that, but do not flinch. We cannot. Mortality is more than a barrier, it is a structure, and to flinch is to break your boundaries and give thought to the thirst of the ever elusive self-satisfaction we simply grind and beat into four letters. M. O. R. E. So be it, as our fates cannot change. So be it....

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