Friday, February 8, 2013

Psy Scares Pas

Pas against Psy show

Pas is a hero.

But a hero that constantly looks over its shoulders to see that Eve is not undoing its iman is not exactly inspiring.

That's the thing about Eve. You can't not want her and you can't not ignore her.

That's what apple (not the phone) and the serpent are so significant.

You can pretend. You can devote and you can dedicate. But whatever you try to do, there's no escaping them.

They are who you are. And Eve is just the shadow. A beautiful one really.

Therein lies the dilemma.

If you reject Eve, or the apple or the serpent, you lose yourself. And you have to hide.

And hiding, you have to hit out at all that you perceive stands in the way of your faith.

That's a lot of hiding. That's a lot of apples missed. The ones that keep the doctors away.

Okay, maybe the serpent is not what the doctor recommends.

Okay, no serpent. But what about Eve?

Eve is beautiful, apple or serpent notwithstanding.

Without Eve, you can't even hide. You won't even be here.

Where will you be then?

Where will you hide?

Now, Gangnam is not Eve, Oppa or not.

Certainly not Psy.

But maybe Psy is Eve in disguise?

Now, see where you are getting yourself to.

Horsing about and losing yourself.

That's Oppa Gangnam, if you forget?

Or maybe Eve?

Doing the Oppa.

In Gangnam.

Sigh!

Ah, Psy.

2 comments:

  1. So confused :-) I'd be happy not to hear that song once more in my lifetime.

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  2. I myself am no fan of Psy. I think he is ugly anyway. But Pas's obsession with wanting to ban concerts they perceive as weakening the iman (faith) of Muslims is really laughable. One would have thought that iman is not such a weakling as to be so easily subverted?

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