IT IS A WORD THAT SHOULD BE TOO DIFFICULT TO PRONOUNCE.
IT IS A PLACE THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN HIDDEN SO IT CAN NEVER BE FOUND.
IT IS A THING SO UGLY THAT IT SHOULD BE KEPT IN THE DARK.
IT IS AN IDEA THAT SHOULD HAVE NEVER BECOME REAL.
IT IS MY KEEPER…WAR.
"On November 6, winter suddenly set in. The supplies had largely been consumed, the land was empty of food, famine alternated with cold to crush the retreating host, and death in frightful forms hovered over their path. The horses, half fed and worn out, died by thousands. Most of the cavalry had to go afoot; the booty brought from Moscow was abandoned as valueless; even much of the artillery was left behind. The cold grew more intense. A deep snow covered the plain, through whose white peril they had to drag their weary feet. Arms were flung away as useless weights, flight was the only thought, and but a tithe of the army remained in condition to defend the rest."
"Look at my red hands and my mean face… and I wonder bout that man thats gone so wrong."
-Jesse James (as portrayed by the city of dreams)
liberate |ˈlibəˌrāt|verb [ trans. ] (often be liberated)set (someone) free from a situation, esp. imprisonment or slavery, in which their liberty is severely restricted : the serfs had been liberated.• free (a country, city, or people) from enemy occupation : twelve months earlier Paris had been liberated.• release (someone) from a state or situation that limits freedom of thought or behavior : the use of computers can liberate students from the constraints of disabilities | [as adj. ] ( liberating) the arts can have a liberating effect on people.• free (someone) from rigid social conventions, esp. those concerned with accepted sexual roles : ways of working politically that liberate women.• informal steal (something) : the drummer’s wearing a beret he’s liberated from Lord knows where.• Chemistry & Physics release (gas, energy, etc.) as a result of chemical reaction or physical decomposition : energy liberated by the annihilation of matter.