Thursday, December 16, 2010

Administering a Form of Justice (37)

On the fictitious island, the malfunctioning halls of justice ensure that the identities of narrators who construct reality are perceived as part of the fable. Justice tries to portray time as a metaphor and judgments as the dignified signature of wisdom. Between the squares of the stained chessboard lies a parchment burdened with innovative ways of performing checkmate, translating the dimension of time as insignificant for the pieces writhing in invisible blood.

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