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Reading Foucault “Poem”

The individual is no doubt the fictitious atom of an ideological representation of a society “Panopticism” is the model of surveillance in use This is the image of Our present society after the pandemic (Covid-19) writes Foucault in his book (discipline and punish) years ago The individual is an enemy for collectivism Opinions different than […]

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Camera Phobia “Poem”

From past few days I have became Camera phobic Studying techniques of mass surveillance Digging into life of Edward Snowden brings Orwellian horrors I have put stickers on my phones camera and computer camera The thought of Big brother watching us is the most terrifying I am now thinking of deleting my entire social media […]

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Freedom of Expression “Poem”

Freedom of expression is in danger All the powers, the Mullahs, the state, the army, the politicians joined their hands Individual is alienated like Adams Fall Prisons are filled with suppression for freedom of speech Orwellian world came into being Big brother is watching us A specter is hunting freedom of expression The specter of […]

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Walking in Curfew “Poetry”

On the road near the fences and pavements A soul walks and this is what he saw and felt and said: The cigarette buds at every Corner of road A spit of grass grown at every Corner of road The bill boards with selling tag lines and slogans Consumerism and strange names at East Busch […]

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Paper Life Painting

Visual works of Wayne Wolfson

The Fair Left

Politics of Writing

A Prolific Potpourri...

The Artistic Endeavors & General Musings of Matt Snyder

Digitaltools4you

Digital products and reviews

sūdrakarma

Just a personal blog. I'm not trying to sell you anything.

Verona

- Renee verona -

Paper Life Painting

Visual works of Wayne Wolfson

The Fair Left

Politics of Writing

A Prolific Potpourri...

The Artistic Endeavors & General Musings of Matt Snyder