It can sometimes be a hearbreaking struggle for us to arrive at a place where we are no longer afraid of the child inside us. We often fear that people won't take us seriously, or that they won't think us qualified enough. For the sake of being accepted, we can forget our source and put on one of the rigid masks of professionalism or conformity that society is continually offering us. The childlike part of us is the part that, like the Fool, simply does and says, without needing to qualify himself or strut his credentials.
He that condemns himself to compose on a stated day will often bring to his task attention dissipated, a memory embarrassed, an imagination overwhelmed, a mind distracted with anxieties, a body languishing with disease: he will labour on a barren topic till it is too late to change it; or, in the ardour of invention, diffuse his thoughts into wild exuberance, which the pressing hour of publication cannot suffer judgment to examine or reduce.
I smoke peace pipes with indian war chiefs I steal jewels with chinese ninja theives I dress well like yuppies and crush walls I throw giant ice bergs like snowballs I surf tidal wave, drink molten rock I'll put a fucking tornado in a headlock I'll go to Italy and straighten that tower Whatever the fuck I want, with the juggalo's powe
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