Refuse the Family Game
I would like my own exercise in witnessing to be taken as an admittedly exalted collaboration with the children who refuse the family game imposed on them, children who insist, in their play, on the foreignness of that game and on their determination to remain orphans.
Bersani, Leo. Thoughts and Things (p. 14). University of Chicago Press.
Look No Further
I can’t imagine what it would be like if a couple of drunks ended up running the country.
/ because the way they are behaving, and even more so their advisers, this is what we should expect if their dreams of removing ‘red-tape’ are ever realised /
Listen at night in a city and you’ll hear a motorcycle / motorcycles in Orphée, collecting the dead.
1938 Poland / 2019 Ireland: broken promises.
For the foreseeable future I shall let stand together whatever comes to mind without worrying about sentences.