"It matters what you call a thing:" — Solmaz Sharif, LOOK
parental coercion is a function of state violence —
parental violence is a function of state coercion —
[ ] is a function of state violence — ( ), unimplicated
is watching: penetration is an active process, except
when it is metaphorical. a poem is a landscape for violence
except when it is metaphorical, in which case, it is not a landscape,
it is a bloodbath. bloodbath is a metaphor for tears. tears are a function
of borderline personality disorder. criminality is a construct
of the state. criminality is a construct of psychiatry. psychiatry
is a construct of the state.
are you coming to the party? let's talk about the party. you know the one.
the one in the otherworld, the one where it's all over, the one where
[ ] isn't invited the one where he is the one where he's invited but doesn't show up &
there is nothing to surveil you with. WhatsApp is a function of
technocratic surveillance. Ctrl + C; Ctrl + V. [ ] is learning WhatsApp.
[ ] is learning surveillance.
landscape is a function of violence.
landscape is a backdrop for killing.
killing is a metaphor for psychiatric intervention.
intervention is a metaphor for penetration.
we are holding hands at the afterparty: only the bloodless
survive. how do we know without surveillance. how do we know
without the group chat. does that mean [ ] has to come?
who is welcome in the end-world
exclusion is a function of state violence
inclusion is a function of categorisation
there are no prisons in the afterparty
prisons are a function of psychiatry
abuse is a function of psychiatry
violence is a function of abuse
Ctrl + C
Ctrl + V
Ctrl + C
Ctrl + V —
[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]
[ ] [ ] [ ]
[ ] there are so many of them — Ctrl + C
Ctrl + V
parental abuse is a function of state violence —
state function is a violence of parental abuse —
the function of abuse is a violent parental state —
the function of technology is to kill us:
criminality is a function of violence, not   on the part of the perpetrator —
you are incriminating them by existing / they cannot kill without something
to kill in the first place: violence is a metaphor
that lives in my phone, with all my friends, saving
me for the bloodbath; Ctrl + S —
I am learning how ( ) left unscathed: never learnt
to exist in the first place.