A Portrait Skewed in a Framed Reality
Maybe humanity is a stretch for human beings, as being human requires feeling our
most honest emotions. The trouble with truth is a burdensome reality that tells one’s horrid tales. Foul mouthed little liars hold dear to the framing of language, as long as the truths frame their toiling misguided traps to pitfall newly formed constituencies.
A society divided remains mirrored opposites by the same regards for division. Every argued stance is a mere chance for granting hatred of another’s over opinionated beliefs. Only the naive shall have reason to believe in truths, as every spoken word defines the existence we naively forsake as realities. Underlying purpose awaits a population of lives worthy of living as a single race—a human race. We are truly a portrait skewed in a framed reality.
– R. E. Maynard