The right way is not always the popular and easy way. Standing for right when it is unpopular is a true test of moral character. ..
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She. He. His arm held aloft, a thought suspended. What does your body say when it's still? when it refuses to yield to the weight of the world? To what do our bodies pretend to while trying to resist the pressure of perpetual talk? Our right hands, palm against palm. Often we are two and often by clashing. Two. To fall. To rise up. Obliterative din inside. To search out the complex. A lengthening of dawn. Two. Athletic. Borne on the air. With expectation. Play. Joy. Consolation, perhaps. Two. A lot of arms in an excessively fluid blue. Two. A mobile architecture of gestures and shadows. Who attempt a connection, blow through one another, caress lightly and choose to continue. Sometimes prop one another up. Not always managing to forget the abuses of darkness. Outside, inside. Near to suspicion, lightness, euphoria, metaphor. We struggle in secret. Allow our lives to drift on a current. Mind elsewhere. Firm hope. Dancing is swimming. Abandon our bodies to night's oblique line. Solo. Blind. A lively black head. On your left leg, your breast. Under your right armpit. What an astonishing picture of our humanity! Still beautiful. Still vulnerable. Sometimes his arms above, hers close to it all, close to nothing. Arms in front arms behind, extravagant trellis. Facing blunt facts, our arms' extreme future. Utopia, it seems, spreading its wings. Three, twenty, a thousand diagonals of light. Obscure forms moving in the indigo. We persevere. We shake the mundane. We observe ourselves without looking. What's next? And beyond? Our living bodies, far-reaching, sculpt the city. Our arms' wingspan. Our bodies cease moving. Sculptures.