Poetry

History

Written by Jacob Ibrag

And when two fell from the chairs in the sky

we put together, four more replaced them. It’s the way

it is, the way we wanted. Dark days in the past, remember?

Order; a concept to restore purpose into the arbitrary. Sign up

sheets. ‘Don’t you want to be a part of history? Fight for this,

a system that is going to change everything.’ Regret, fully.


Photography by Vinicius Amano

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12 comments on “History

  1. Dark and I like it. I don’t want to give it away for others but I am curious, is this about war? (Ex: Sign up sheets.)

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    • Thanks Carly. It could be about that, it’s one hundred percent open to interpretation. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • What is your interpretation? If you don’t mind sharing. I am always curious what a writer sees when he or she writes.

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      • I think I wrote this piece with the idea of constructs in mind. Hindsight usually brings past choices into the forefront and with that comes reflection, ‘did I do the right thing?’ Or ‘am I on the right side of the present?’ There are universal truths that are more or less agreed upon by humanity, agreed upon being the key. I think it’s important to understand that. We are our own architects.

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  2. “Regret, fully”…intending responsibility

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  3. Regret is life,
    The debt of breath

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  4. One world government!

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  5. I. LOVE. THIS! Gods and Government.

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  6. โ€˜Donโ€™t you want to be a part of history? Fight for this, / a system that is going to change everything.โ€™
    Deep.

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