Indifferent Manifesto: by Daniel Dunham I contemplate my avatar, My embodiment my case, My sullen pale intricate framework, The skin that covers my darkness, A soul reborn in light. A crude shape.. Not handsome enough to love, Not repulsive enough to hate, It sits. Nothing special in a world, Of very uspecial forms. Can you love so plain a thing as me? You kiss me but what of it? Its not unlike kissing a statue in the park, It will not fall in love with you, Yet you don't expect it to.