Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (7)

In the absence of fairness, justice is exceptional in slandering reputation.

An imaginary face once listened to a verdict that paralysed her memory, according to the prediction she was forced to absorb. Butchering the attachment between identity and memory, knowledge became an abstract unattainable commodity, bestowed on those who complied with the rules of submission. When the face succumbed to intimidation, knowledge mocked her and repudiated her mind.

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