Religious people are fundamentally bound to morality, yet religion initiates a paroxysm of hatred & violence against those who do not share their faith. Dante’s inferno awaits.

 

— 02/10 M.Rose

Our beliefs, our moral codes, they allow us to feel as though our identities are authentic, dignified, even Godly. But time and space is a paradox, reality is based on perception; carved out of external stimuli that endorses or shuns our ‘authentic selves’. Our ideas reign superior and we feel oppressed and ridiculed until they become the limelight with our token name on it! Would we gain the same satisfaction if someone else took credit for our creation? Our notions? No! Because the authenticity has been stained as it is not our lips that spawned the propaganda that we, the collective, the civilised, dip our snouts into.

29.11/ M. Rose

If you could, would you choose to forget and set aflame to the inflictions that stench of regret?

– 16.09 M. Rose

Grotesque Palettes – Dark Literature

I choke and splutter as regurgitated saliva builds in my mouth. My reflection proceeds to mock me: “Poor, fidgety little skin-bared Earth worm. The contracture of your naked, exposed frame under these incandescent rays both delights and amuses me!” I smirk and spit in response: “But, why is it that Humans are so aroused by such crude torment and suffering of other beings?” I mount an impulse and drive my fist into the adjacent mirror; fractured glass embeds my fleshy, perspiring palms as I willingly trespass beyond the realms of hysteria. “I question as to whether Human rationality possesses the capability of dispersing the darkness attached to artificial morality? Are we so.. illuded.. by pride that we cower from avowing the grotesque palettes we each consume at night?” This time I am greeted only by blunt, aching silence that sits unreflective and irresponsive like concrete in its dejected case..

— the anonymous insomniac // a.k.a “The Brvtalist”

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