Voiceless in the Void

Voluble vignettes of virtuous veracity

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Shakespeare once wrote, ‘Cowards die many times before their deaths, The valiant never taste of death but once.’ I am no coward but I have died many times over. It was an agonizingly slow process -- the breaking down of the human body organ by weary organ, drop by crimson drop, and fracture by unbearable fracture. The many deaths I have endured were followed by resurrections of a greater truth, the shedding of the weight of so many lies and I, purged from myself at last, stand victorious before the smoking rubble, just beyond morality’s threshold …