cleaning up so well (jones_casey) wrote,
cleaning up so well

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i like to take up space / just because i can

little by little, she also learned the wonderful healing and caressing power of the monster, whose cool embrace at once dispelled all drowsiness, feverishness, weariness,--even after the sultriest nights when the air had seemed to burn, and the mosquitoes had filled the chamber with a sound as of water boiling in many kettles. and on mornings when the sea was in too wicked a humor to be played with, how she felt the loss of her loved sport, and prayed for calm!

if property had simply pleasures, we could stand it; but its duties make it unbearable. in the interest of the rich we must get rid of it. the virtues of the poor may be readily admitted, and are much to be regretted. we are often told that the poor are grateful for charity. some of them are, no doubt, but the best amongst the poor are never grateful. they are ungrateful, discontented, disobedient, and rebellious. they are quite right to be so. charity they feel to be a ridiculously inadequate mode of partial restitution, or a sentimental dole, usually accompanied by some impertinent attempt on the part of the sentimentalist to tyrannise over their private lives. why should they be grateful for the crumbs that fall from the rich man's table? they should be seated at the board, and are beginning to know it.

tuesday xc bis

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