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|Keywords||Freedom, Ordinary Life, Rebellion, Sexuality|
The poet considers the philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, who recommended "wipe out imagination, check desire, extinguish appetite" in order to achieve contentment. The author sees living examples of the contrary in these tough motorbikers in leather, who are "fifty if they’re a day." There is a note of envy in his voice as he observes their rebelliousness, spirit, and sheer freedom.
|Source||The Heavenly Ladder|
|Place Published||Charnwood, Australia|
|Miscellaneous||Publisher website: www.ginninderrapress.com|
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