Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Purpose, attraction, and void. The soldier's dreams and the unknown awake. There is a sickness about the soldier's sleep, how he kills and slices and murders to make a meaningful life of sorts. The void is ineffectual during the slaughter, but upon waking, disorientation and lust. Open eyes see the sex is all dead. The soldier is off the battlefield and the corpses left behind is all there is to love. And after such murderous thrills how can he settle for such lifeless life?

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