Day 1946, getting undressed.

I saw the flowers today

parading their beauty

opening up

~

like the dresses I see

getting shorter

when the sun gets higher

 

  1. ALL-TOO-BEAUTIFUL AND HUMAN.—“Nature is too beautiful for thee, poor mortal,” one often feels. But now and then, at a profound contemplation of all that is human, in its fulness, vigour, tenderness, and complexity, I have felt as if I must say, in all humility, “Man also is too beautiful for the contemplation of man!” Nor did I mean the moral man alone, but every one.

Friedrich Nietzsche, Human all too human, Miscellaneous Maxims And Opinions. Translated By Paul V. Cohn, B.A. New York The MacMillan Company 1913, Free license from Gutenberg.org

Underneath you see three pictures of people, one is smiling, one is handsome and the other just a little baby. There is nothing special about these people when you look at them besides the fact that they all were in charge of regimes that killed millions of people.

 

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