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Nietzsche And The Horse

"Was that life? Well, then, once again! " Thus Spoke Zarathustra IV 19

Picture a nineteenth century
cobbled street and a horse
being lashed by a cab driver—
the pitiable creature
with agonised eyes
slumps down in a heap
like Nietzsche from flogging himself
to death, aged 45
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Saturday, January 11, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: visionary
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