Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Identity of a Companera (2)

The companera is a stranger to individuality through motives that unite the self with defending common causes. She maps a voyage with incessant fervour, and measures progress with an urge devoid of gain and brimming with ideals.

In her travels, she visits the square that pays homage to revolution, and listens to an orator defamed by history and present. The masses are rapt, but the companera moves restlessly until she can discern the eyes of the intellectual rebel explaining the wisdom neglected by masquerading powers.

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