gingerly, from between the teeth.

“A dare: will you take your life, gingerly, from between the teeth of the god?”

-sue sinclair

this is to say that bravery can be equally elusive as not.
this is to say that sometimes the god is not easily discernible.
this is to say that sometimes no is better than yes.
this is to say that yes sometimes means no.
this is to say that bravery can come in the form of lying down.
this is to say that lying down can come in the form of exhaustion.
this is to say that one god can be traded for another, if willing.
this is to say that perhaps one should have no gods.
this is to say that perhaps gods too will transform.
this is to say that a god can become human.
and that human is the final conclusion. at least, as much as we are saying.

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