I have posted a few of my uncanny passages before. This passage was intentionally written to be vague and strange; however, sometimes I feel like the words are not coming from myself, as sometimes when I become emotional I write this stuff..
In your own words. . . How would you interpret this? HINT: there are two types of people (or groups) in this passage. But the one group is basically inhibited.
Incontrovertible. Unfathomable. Unequivocally condemned in a perilous imperceptible land that is unconventionally perilous. The perceptible tangible lands contain too many duplicitous beings whose veins are filled with corruption. Ones on precarious paths are damned by many; thus the fires grow weaker in those who are in a state of perplexity & turmoil. Those in passivity have fallen in the abyss of despondency and cannot land the copper on its edge any longer because they have become crestfallen. Perhaps the sincere despondent ones are in a state of disillusionment; fueled only by wild phantasms and/or messianic delusions. The sincere despondent ones have become envious and feel like they cannot end the ones who dabble in deceit, duplicity, and immoral subterfuge. The immoral, unkind, deceitful ones will ultimately consume everything and convert or destroy (psychologically and/or physically) all who oppose them. Those who have fallen in the abyss of despondency try and fuse logic, faith, and instinct, but are failing to come up with a pertinent solution to end the destruction caused by the deceitful, for the ones in the abyss of despondency have internal conflicts of their own that are already inflicting emotional and psychological trauma to themselves. Only when the non-corrupted can free themselves from the chains that they have put on themselves can they then focus on ending the wrath of the immoral evil that has plagued this universe and all that it encompasses.
Just an attempt to say something about the believer and non-believer.
Is there a moral evil?
I don't find anything uncanny about your writing..you asked
Yes, it is speaking about morals and people who are corrupt. But it basically implies that good people are too inhibited sometimes, while other people may not be inhibited, but are evil /immoral/ arrogant and get their way at times.
Well, most people around my age would find this strange; not many understand the words I use. Sometimes I don't even know what I am talking about.
I read the dichotomy between living an inspired or an uninspired life and what each leads to in general society.
BTW, just an aside, I've written two full books in the way you describe. I feel a lot of credibility in that voice.
Something else I just wrote. I was feeling down so I wrote this:
The cool night air put him in acute contemplation; deep thoughts ravenously consumed him to the point where he felt that he harbored disillusioned fantasies. He used music as a catalyst to try and fathom his emotions and his ego; an ego that was full of contempt because of an overly cautious and conservative nature. Sounds entering his ears brought both overwhelming ecstasy and despair at the same time. He gazed outward at the luminous moon, and he felt like a simple pebble that was about to be tossed aside into perpetual despondency. Revelations continued to fill his mind more frequently. If these scratches could not be itched then it may mean his peril. Additionally, not understanding the nature of himself or others was disheartening, as deception was prevalent nearly everywhere. Corruption spread like the bubonic plaque, and fear often consumed him, but far down in the crevices of his mind, a burning flame of resolve gave a glimpse of that terrible illusion; hope.
I would love to hear someones thoughts on what they think this means.
I am wondering, if we all asked for a reaction to the stuff we write, wouldn't the forums pretty much become... a site for hubs? That is the purpose of HPs itself, not the forums. It doesn't seem that you are asking for help or critiques, but more just wanting ppl to give your work attention. That seems a little narcissistic, but maybe I am misunderstanding your intentions.
Seeing a lot of this Sed-me. We are not allowed to use our own links in hubs, so this is one method used to get around the rules, which is becoming more frequent. Not saying OP is doing this, but !!!!
I did some searching. This one may be in the wrong forum
At the top, the bar shows where the forum post is for link above, which is where this one and others like it should be.
Most go to freeform discussion.
The poster was an HP employee.
People use Free Form discussion, or Hub pages Tutorial for almost everything.
The coolness of the night air pulled him into penetrating reflective thought; deep thoughts ravenously consumed him to the point of feeling he harbored disillusioned fantasies. He employed music as a catalyst to fathom his emotions and ego; an ego bursting with contempt as a result of his inordinately careful and conservative nature. Sounds permeated the air, and brought both overwhelming ecstasy and despair. He gazed outward at the luminous moon, and he felt like an unadorned pebble about to be flung into perpetual despondency, his mind frequently imbued with revelations. If this hunger could not be sated it may mean peril. Additionally, not understanding the nature of mankind was disheartening, as deception was prevalent nearly everywhere. Corruption spread like the bubonic plaque, and fear often consumed him, but far down in the crevices of his mind, a burning flame of resolve gave a glimpse of that terrible illusion; hope.
The non-corrupted are angels in chains of some sort. They have no power unless they take off the chains… when they do, they will be able to combat the wrath of the devil. This is a very bad devil because he plagues the universe and all it encompasses…(thats pretty bad !) We do need those angels to takes of their self-imposed chains! Why would they do that to themselves? Fear of this devil? I don't blame them!
Maybe fear is our worst enemy, in the final analysis. Fear of change, fear of personal responsibility, fear of positivity, fear of love, of happiness, of goodness, of taking the bull by the horns, of communicating, of creating...or maybe we are afraid of appearing powerless, of being without the facade, the armor…or afraid of stepping out of the black hole of our little lives with all its despondency, jealousy and negativity holding us within it.
Just ignore that stupid devil, I say.
l love your free writing, Kain! Thanks for sharing.
I changed this one up: (I hope you don't mind.)
The nature of others
As deception and corruption were prevalent everywhere.
Confusion often consumed him.
But, a flame of resolve to understand Himself
Shone within him...
and grew into a bonfire of Hope for all.
This is rather a depressing sentence, but here it is.
A disillusioned inhibited mind further devolves into a mind that is perplexed & lost in its own conceptions...
Here is another one;
The moral compass can point in many directions! Some go north, others south, and the remaining take paths that transcend all notions of good and evil, for the path they walk is rather grey and quite subjective. Unfortunately, the “righteous ones who go north” are often led astray when they meet corrupt authority. The “northerners” are forced into taking the south route. Not all can resist, and many often become subservient to the higher authority. The ideologies, philosophies, religious values (or lack of), individualism, political views etc. of the northerners are all lost when corruption poisons their hearts and/or they succumb to fear. The northerners become “dehumanized” and become pawns of the higher authority that have power, but use it immorally, unjustly, unruly, violently, and sometimes even sadistically. The northerners devolve into southerners and commit terrible atrocities. The northerners who resist corrupt higher authority do not succumb to fear; they hold onto their personal integrity & sincerity, but usually at a great cost. The “moral resisters” are often tortured, humiliated, raped, and killed when they resist corrupt higher authority. Given the right sociological & psychologically circumstances, particularly where one can become indoctrinated, some good people can commit great evil, but by the same token, evil people can become angels.
But what about those who transcend all notions of good and evil? They are often lost in a maze of moral relativism or merely seek to understand what is truly right and wrong. In the end, individual perspective & society perspective often overtakes what is considered inherently moral/immoral or good/bad. While some concepts are black & white, others are grey, subjective, and very perplexing to our minds.
I would say that by experiencing these personal traits , you are merely wizening up ! Having aged and being raised in a house of conservative views , even bigoted and then educated in the mindless liberal world of education in the sixties , I have determined that a truly wise man [woman ] realizes that the whole world is more and more " grey "! The ideals , the activisms , the grand delusions of youth are mostly a fault actually . The youthful , revolutionary ," one shoe fits all ", mindset of today is but a ruse ! Wisdom becomes silent in the face of age , Welcome to the great , and little used , path of wisdom ! Think , think, think .......... that's the "new" old way !
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