It Takes My Breath Away

kenneth collins kenneth.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Fri Apr 22 06:52:55 EST 2005


It's 'funny'. I've been looking for work,
and it's been obvious to me that my
comings and goings have been [are
being] 'monitored'.

It's such a Sorrow to Witness the
fact that there are so many folks who're
'powerful' enough to instantiate such
'surveilance', and to "translate' their
'actions' into it's 'meaning' with 're-
spect' to the work I've done, and
with 'respect' to the Innocents on
whose behalfs the work I've hone
has been done, and is being done.

It's such a Sorrow -- to witness the
fact that there is no one who'll meet
with me, in-person, while reading,
whenever I can afford to purchase
a Newspaper, of the work I've done
being 'borrowed' by others.

It takes my breath away, when I
"translate" all of this into the evalua-
tion of the 'worth' of my Life in the
eyes of others.

It takes my breath away, when I
"translate" all of this into the evalua-
tion of the 'worth' of the Lives of the
Innocents, upon whose behalfs the
work I've done has been done, in
the eyes of others.

This "exercise" discloses =so much=
about the wellspring of "man's inhum-
anity to man" -- how and why it hap-
pens, it's 'power', it's Mercilessness,
and the jaw-hangingly-large magni-
tude of it's 'humanity'-wide Inertia.

And there's no one who'll meet with
me, in-person.

K. P. Collins






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