Words and ActionsYou say justice.I see vengeance.You say Christianity.I don't see you turning the other cheek.You say Extermist.I hear chanting in the streets.You say 3,000 dead.I see 100,000 dead.You say a better world.I see more killing.And more killing.And more killing.
House of Cards"What do you mean you want sausages?""I give up. It's just too hard to be vegan. I'm sick of everyone thinking I'm some kind of freak," she explained.I wondered if the book I had lent her had played some part in the decision. The main character was a little loopy, and was also, coincidentally, a vegan. But I reminded myself, once again, not to overestimate my influence."You can't just fold like a pack of cards," I said."A house of cards.""Whatever. You've got to stick up for what you believe in."She looked at me."What do you believe in, then?" she asked. My eyes focussed on something far, far away. "I believe that nothing is worth believing in."Her face went blank for a moment and then she smiled."You're weird, Dad."I wondered if she would let me tell her that I loved her. Sometimes when you say things, you make them better and sometimes you make them worse, so I said nothing, and just returned her s