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Thrashing Manacles

Silence deafens more than any other noise.But most choose not to listen.Most choose to gaze at the trickling of blood filling up the streets, most choose to hear the pleading of trees being cut down that create the chaotic cycle of the society and environment alike, and most choose to keep quiet—quietness that hinders the scream to be heard.Seeing how lives are being taken without the opportunity to defend themselves by undergoing a just and equal judgment under the law, by going through series…See More
Dec 31, 2017
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Thrashing Manacles

Silence deafens more than any other noise.But most choose not to listen.Most choose to gaze at the trickling of blood filling up the streets, most choose to hear the pleading of trees being cut down that create the chaotic cycle of the society and environment alike, and most choose to keep quiet—quietness that hinders the scream to be heard.Seeing how lives are being taken without the opportunity to defend themselves by undergoing a just and equal judgment under the law, by going through series…See More
Dec 31, 2017
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Thrashing Manacles

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 3:49am 0 Comments

Silence deafens more than any other noise.

But most choose not to listen.

Most choose to gaze at the trickling of blood filling up the streets, most choose to hear the pleading of trees being cut down that create the chaotic cycle of the society and environment alike, and most choose to keep quiet—quietness that hinders the scream to be heard.

Seeing how lives are being taken without the opportunity to defend themselves by undergoing a just and equal judgment under the…

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