“the war is the war for the human imagination / and no one can fight it but you/ & no one can fight it for you // The imagination is not only holy, it is precise / it is not only fierce, it is practical / men die everyday for the lack of it, / it is vast & elegant” —Diane Di Prima

The slave masters expect obedience from their proxies and their slaves. As self-owners, we do not react as automata, but choose act with creativity or to obey as most appropriate for our personal and collective well-being.

imagine that chains break / conspire without chains / inspire others to drop their chains


  • di Prima, Diane. Rant. In Poetry in Revolt: Anarchist and Radical Writings.
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