The poem revolves around the fear of speaking the truth out loud in a polarised country.
'Today, I sit back and watch the world / As it falls deeper into an abyss / And takes me down with it.'
'Who is the victim? Who the perpetrator of the crime? Answers to these questions are turned on their head.'
In the age of an 'attention economy', it's important for people to be more and more conscious of what is it that they are giving attention to.
The air is a little different this October 2.
Is making sense of a story more important than getting at its truth? Here's what the Greeks say.
Our pens, our truths, our voices are all being stifled under saffron rule.