Thursday, December 29, 2016

Wrong side of Christmas

Girl with cool plectrum. 
Aberdour light prison.
Bags of light to take away. 
A curious mixture of fruit, vegetables, eggs and kitchenware.
So the wrong, incorrect or troubling side of Christmas is upon us. Those few days when we drift between years and festivals unsure when to stop eating and drinking but also preparing for the incoming year as if it was going to make anything any different. A noble but ultimately flawed idea and really there are no grounds for celebration and as the harsh reality of our impending future bites. It's also  a good time to reflect on how it was things got so screwed up in the first place and how far beyond redemption we now cosily sit. Amen.

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