Our intimate enemy: the imperious self
A Bird Complains of the Self
One of the birds then said: ‘My enemy’s
That veteran of highway robberies,
My Self; how can I travel on the Way
With such a follower? The dog won’t pay
The least attention to a word I say -
The dog I knew is gone and in his place
A slavering wolf stalks by me, pace for pace.’

The Canticle of the Birds, Diane de Selliers Éditeur, cover image.
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