Some Say – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“The difference between technology and slavery is that the salves are fully aware that hey are not free.” Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Some Say Some say it occurs in countless forms unimaginable, the extension of the mind to an attention of everything, an exponential blossoming deficit of all as nothing, s/he grandstanding on every rotunda platform of like. The extension of the mind to an attention of everything, ephemeral pathologies for the terminally oriented world, s/he grandstanding on every rotunda platform of like, an absurd macabre darkly portending trite delights. Ephemeral pathologies for the terminally oriented world, distractions of division to appease the mindlessness, an absurd macabre darkly portending trite delights, offerings of cheap apologetics dumbing downwards. Distractions of division to appease the mindlessness, and exponential blossoming deficit of all as nothing, offerings of cheap apologetics dumbing downwards, some say it occurs in countless forms unimaginable. Copyright…

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