Someone Else Decides The Outcome Of Our Families

Uncornering debate from the transparency of anger, to see clearly, the world in daylight, with its many voices talking at once, especially those in the spot-light of a camera-angle talking databases at the general public—who may or may not tell what information anyone knows, and this causes glass-walls to temporarily plastic seal foreign limbs over chain-link fences of conversation. The sorrow here is too thick to describe, crows sit on the ledge of it, and smoke.

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