Dying as a means to stop obsessing about death.
'my eyes turned quickly about, alert for the walking heads of men. Unconsciously I was imitating the movements of a hawk, as in some primitive ritual: the hunter becoming the thing he hunts. i looked into the wood. in a lair of shadow the peregrine was crouching, watching me, gripping the neck of a dead branch. we live, in these days in the open, the same ecstatic fearful life. we shun men. we hate their suddenly uplifted arms, the insanity of their flailing gestures, their erratic scissoring gait, their aimless stumbling ways, the tombstone whiteness of their faces.'
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