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'Hunger waits outside all reason'
This much is clear
What I don't understand is how 'hunger' acquires agency and then
places itself in a spatiotemporal relationship with 'reason'
Frankly, the research is not complete
I have been living by faith alone
in a farmhouse
surrounded by zombies
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