Harrison Bergeron dream | dan provost

Harrison Bergeron Dream

Clay figures— Now, my responsibility. One woman, no eyes. Tried to manufacture playdough into hazel opals. Failed. One man— Sign language iffy. Maintained that loss of hearing is no “big deal.” --hated to listen to what they were saying anyways. Trying to mold handicapped, into some sort of awkward acceptance. Should not be my job. Maybe, my attempt. But cannot change the finished being. And the old saying, “Be kind to strangers,” is stagnant. Sluggish, in applying beauty that doesn’t exist.

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