Lies and Hypocrisy by Mel Vil

Inspired by Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, Lies and Hypocrisy uses a crime style to explore the deeper emotional landscape of guilt. In particular, Mel Vil adopts the physiological analogy of the immune system to portray the unique character of the protagonist Sammy.

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Emerging fearless

Emerging fearless

Bridges have been burned
And precious does it feel
No going back here-now
Boding well for the future

Fears are quashed by waves
In the loud light of day
And gravity’s grip releases
Upon first due notice

The pre-emptive attempt
To unravel knots of confusion
Use words to explain why
A feeling rarely occurs

Just spot that chance
Spark a chain reaction
A complex of procedures
Inherently harmonising

Avoiding the worst
Establishing contingencies
Keeping life on pathways
Amid the shifting of sands

We stop digging down
Place a mask on reality
Begin proceeding to progress
Nodding reverently to error

Mistakes induce it
Practice annuls it
Determination impairs it
And the list goes on.

April 10, 2016 at 11:15PM

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