EvolutionIt's a shame humans have surpassed instinct,We have made our existence too predictable."I'm sorry to say you only have two months to live"When I grow up I want to be a space-man!When I grew up I wanted to be richer.It's 7am again, and my alarm goes off again, and I finish at 5, again.The antelope runs in to the road, yet it doesn't know the possibility of death.And it will never know until it comes, and when it does come, the antelope will not know it is dying.I was born and I knew I would end with death.The antelope had a happier life.But it is easy for us to overestimate our fragility. The rock climber knew the the brittle face he was clinging to could collapse.but "That would never happen to me, only happens to other people"I will drive the car today, but I won't crash.But other people will. And I know this.But i still drive becasue that only happens to other people.Our kind has opened its eyes too wide, but they are still very closed.We are not a succesful species.
LifeYou could hear us from the end of the road.Wed been drinking again.The suns last resort was burning the horizon but we didnt careGaz slipped on the curb and it was funny because it was unfortunate.We opened the park gate because it was ours and we nestled ourselves on the familiar climbing frame, because this park was ours and everyone knew this because they did.The power of habit evolves into ownership.We hear the crunch of flint on flint as a silhouette of a stranger heads to a destination.We didnt like that very much, naivety is always an excuse for confrontation.He knew we were following him. Fear is easy to smell. And body language is easy to read. Inside he was hoping his pessimist was wrong.He was right.Gazs drunken fist collided with the back of an innocent skull as the figure came falling, screaming.We covered him as if a blanket over a freshly lost soul.Heel to spine, our mass upon his head, no flesh or bone remained forgotten as we f