Monday, May 23, 2011

Administering a Form of Justice (44)

There are instances when the fictitious island embraces a pungent reality to assure itself of its existence. It pretends to forget its disdain for blemished colours and stained passports, willingly embarking on a resolution to devour conspiracy and embellish it with the honours of justice. Diplomacy retains its dictatorship over the reality of events and departments assert their authority over freedom. The fictitious island goes beyond alienation to mire itself into oblivion, as an invisible narrator engulfed in the scent of sand and fumes returns to the philosophy of patience without resorting to the obligations that come with the necessity of hope.

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