Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Administering a Form of Justice (36)

It is the mundane definition of fiction that eliminates the role of the impartial narrator and crowns the fabrication of conspiracy as the medium that points to reality. An impostor seeks to tarnish a narration that asserts its freedom to reverberate. The words defy the redundant theme serving to alienate the senses that scavenge for justification. They embellish themselves on parchment, asserting their testimony and ignoring the decrees outlined by the malfunctioning form of justice in its obsession to assert itself as the authority of our morality.

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