“Adorno’s Guilt” By Gian Carla Agbisit

I waited. There was nothing I could do. I knew that. But I wished their eyes got me against the wall, and that their questions punched the air out of my lungs. I wished they squeezed me dry of answers I never really had, that they asked me questions that compounds all the doubts I …

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