Confronting the Bull - a pictoral poem by T Newfields
Nadia: D'ya think this poem is bullshit?
Wan-Sze : It certainly ends up that way . . .
Will: Isn't all human speech partly so?
Wan-Sze : Well, there are certainly many voices inside – and only some are human.
Will : Ah . . . Err . . . What makes a human?
Kasim : I dunno. Isn't it about having free will and choice? Animals don't seem to have that.
Nadia: In that sense, all of us are partly animal.
Will: Absolutely. Human consciousness is just one part of our total consciousness. Primitive people understood this well.