the sword point
in your head

a gentle mace
to confuse your plans
and break
your heart

deny them the last war
by spreading dull and green
and devouring
every drop of the soul

an ocean of thought
a desert sun
you hate to know

what's between
for the whole

a mind stretched
you were born


the hollowed space beyond
your books
imprints your life
and joins the stream
that was carved
like a ravine
before you were born

a new sun burn your eyes
and your stomach
like a womb
is waiting
for the next load
of despair
that us hollow
take on
to digest
to grow
a pair(pear)

and the thorn
he drove in
my bridge to him

and the thorn
of my world
my bridge to her

it's drove by
in the pit of my heart

it's drove by
reaping my horse

I keep letting go
of the fuss
you gave to me

I keep letting go
of my old cell

between poles
of thought
before me

I keep letting go
of my old cell

between poles
of thought
before me


"Theory cannot equip the mind with formulas for solving problems, nor can it mark the narrow path on which the sole solution is supposed to lie by planting a hedge of principles on either side. But it can give the mind insight into the great mass of phenomena and of their relationships, then leave it free to rise into the higher realms of action. There the mind can use its innate talents to capacity, combining them all so as to seize on what is right and true as though this were a single idea formed by their concentrated pressure - as though it were a response to the immediate challenge rather than a product of thought."
- On War, Carl Von Clausewitz, 1780-1831

"The Tao is an empty vessel;
it is used, but never filled.
Oh, unfathomable source of ten thousand things!
Blunt the sharpness,
Untangle the knot,
Soften the glare,
Merge with dust.
hidden deep but ever present
I do not know from whence it comes.
It is the forefather of the gods."
- Tao Te Ching, Four

"Itís not the strength but the duration of the lofty sensation that makes lofty people."
- Nietzsche, BGE, 72

"Thunder and wind: the image of duration. Thus the superior man stays firm and does not change his direction. Thunder rolls, and the wind blows; both are examples of extreme mobility and so are seemingly the very opposite of duration, but the laws governing their appearance and subsidence, their coming and going, endure. In the same way the independence of the superior man is not based on rigidity and immobility of character. He always keeps abreast of the time and changes with it. What endures is the unswerving directive, the inner law of his being, which determines all his actions."
- The I-Ching, 8th BC

"...if you, as a parent, raise your children well, they won't need you anymore. If you did it properly, they go away."
- Neil Gaiman, The Graveyard Book

"Keeping a wound open can also be very beneficial: a healthy and open wound; sometimes it is worst when it skins over." - Soren Kierkegaard

"Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are." - John Wooden

"It is easy to be brave at a safe distance." - Aesop