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Thursday, December 10, 2009


The offspring of the species are carried through early life on thrones and seem to be, in status, its kings and queens. They stare; it doesn't occur to them that they should look when addressed, or stop looking after a prudent length of time. They voice judgment, or withhold comment, without fathoming that they could possibly care whether other moving things want to hear or not hear from them. They kick as their legs desire to kick; they grab for the sparkle, the hairy raisin; surely these are there for them. They gorge themselves in slow motion with crumbs, oblivious to snot or the preference of others to not touch it. They wear most anything effortlessly and with a pleasing effect. Should is an unknown to these early humans and, we must note, it seems a dubious development among more mature ones.

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