Twist your tongue in Gordian knots

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Twist your tongue in Gordian knots.
Veil your face with shame and fury.
Close your mouth with a frozen smile.
Fill your ears with melting wax.
Tie yourself to the fleeting mast.
Do not listen to the distracting Sirens.
Let the storm come.
Be indifferent.
Throw your virtues to the winds.
Scatter your manners in the sea.
You have no time for future
but an eternity for the past.
Run ahead to the forgotten lands.
Escape this hour of dream.
Be ruthless, heartless, headless.
Be fast.

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