Travis J. Kirkwood

self-proclaimed writer and poet
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As I progress it becomes evermore baffling how ill-defined the concept remains. Includes my own modernized insights, supplemented with classic insights from literature (Huxley), philosophy (Hume), psychology (Fromm), and neuro-linguistics (Korzybski)
The Big City hums relentlessly, with lights and vigor. Young hearts share in their solitude. Shadows grow deeper where Big City lights cannot fall. Boundless, the universe fizzles into blackness; the sparkling waters of an ebbing cosmos.
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