BONDAGE

[from Middle English bonde, serf, from Old English bōnda, husbandman, from Old Norse bōndi, present participle of būa, to live.] -American Heritage Dictionary

Taut or not, the ropes are there. Thomas may not have been aware – He preached petulance at close of day As if rage could provide a way To thwart the cosmic puppeteer. In the words of one great sonneteer: “Our best men with thee do go” Which, it seems to me, should show That the proper end is epoché. We’re all just actors in a play.

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