Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (10)

The mind forgets rationality when a form of justice is seemingly unable to comprehend its confusion.

In such an instance, the invisible narrator is lost in the events fabricated around him. Logic is drowned in applause and deafening hammering, and the gap between sanity and coercion narrows to a flimsy threshold, beneath which are lies intent on butchering logic and smothering it in doubt.

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