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Did conscious thought precede the consciousness of actions or did they coincide with a catastrophic cosmic contraction? Would the contraction of one’s own moral sense of wrong help one to feel at home in modern society and thereby belong? If … Continue reading →
I can remember riding a bike downhill, trying to wear out a pair of shoes my parents had bought me that I didn’t like. I can remember the day my heart raced, after I’d told a lie and been found … Continue reading →
A scar that should never heal Heartbreak that none should feel Wars fought for someones gain Oblivious to the worlds pain. © 2014, Danny Kemp. All rights reserved.