I’m afraid

I’m afraid of the dark

i’m afraid of giant machinery and sharks

I’m afraid of how easily Capitlism has become the effective tool of governance and social policy.

i’m afraid of friendly fire and planes as bombs and bombs from planes supported by gods whose followers could only be pathetic as their descriptions of their gods;

i’m afraid of diseases of the brain and having my life fall apart. But more than anything else I’m afraid [like Stockhausen?] of the great indifference that consumes our lives

And for that reason, I fear it and I fight it

to the end. 


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