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The Script  |  Kaleidoscope

Show me your fears, show me your scars
I’ll take whatever’s left of your heart
Give me heaven, give me hell
All the dreams you try to sell
I want your fears, your hopes
The whole kaleidoscope

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About Me

Political Science & International Studies

Favorite Quote

I hear my father-in-law's response: "Oho, fine, Whiggish sentiments, Adam. But don't tell me about justice! Ride to Tennessee on an ass & convince the rednecks that they are merely white-washed negroes & their negroes are black-washed Whites! Sail to the Old World, tell 'em their imperial slaves' rights are as inalienable as the Queen of Belgium's! Oh, you'll grow hoarse, poor & gray in caucuses! You'll be spat on, shot at, lynched, pacified with medals, spurned by backwoodsmen! Crucified! Naïve, dreaming Adam. He who would do battle with the many-headed hydra of human nature must pay a world of pain & his family must pay it along with him! & only as you gasp your last dying breath shall you understand, your life amounted to no more than one drop in a limitless ocean!"

Yet what is any ocean but a multitude of drops?

-The Pacific Journal of Adam Ewing