Tuesday, September 20, 2005

The world is perfect
The world is a perfect place for an angry young man, who feeds on the imperfections of geographic, economic, social, religious, and other endless and unjustified divisions; a breeding ground for discontent, intolerance and disparages; the spark to ignite, combust, nurture and fuel the fire within. The traveled road is long and arduous, the answers are blunt and inconsistent, time and questions weigh heavily on the young man's crown, who's surrounded by the uncertaintyof his own fate and the impact of his conscientious demeanor.DIRKWOJTCZACK