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me in class: wait what happened
me in class: what do we do
me in class: what do we write
me in class: when's the test
me in class: what is this
me in class: how do you do this
me in class: what

I am so afraid of people’s words.
They describe so distinctly everything:
And this they call dog and that they call house,
here the start and there the end.

I worry about their mockery with words;
they know everything, what will be, what was.

I want to warn and object: Let the things be!
I enjoy listening to the sound they are making.
But you always touch: and they hush and stand still.

That’s how you kill.

-Rainer Maria Rilke, from This They Call Dog  (via abattoirr)

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