Monday, March 8, 2010

"Cowards Called Conscience"

“Cowards Called Conscience”

Monday's death of dreams and sleep -
Life is a disaster. It is too long.
In contrast, the goal is: You die, okay?
Victims are proud to ignore the criticism.

We are living in the coil.
I think we know another person?
However, after the death, fear of something:
Natural pain and shock.

Naked punch?
I love the pain and contempt.
Sweat away from your life exhausted,
Contempt for the whip and time.

The last word: more sleep.
This is the meat from the back end.
We are all cowards called conscience;
Please remember all my sins.

This work was based on "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark" by William Shakespeare (, in particular Act III, Scene I. It was translated from English to Spanish to Korean to Estonian to Arabic to Irish to Norwegian to Japanese then back to English, courtesy of Google Translate (, before the resulting parts were reconstituted into the form shown above.

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