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A Very Self-Deafeating Predation


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A Very Self-Deafeating Predation

The poet finds nothing about herself which would warrant round the clock attentions of not one but two parties in an ongoing focus to keep her miserable through mockery, sleeplessness, public defamation and the commission of petty crimes made to look like her own.

The only thing about her worthy of that degree of obsession is her work.

And if it’s her work they’re trying to prevent, they’re going about it in a very self defeating fashion.

Every time they wake her up…

She goes back to work.


Among us, poets are ill paid. In order to continue her work, this one currently lives in her minivan, on an income of a fraction of our nation’s poverty level. If her work has moved, enabled or uplifted you, your contribution to this effort may be made at:


Published by Ana Daksina

Read worldwide half a million times, Ana Daksina is a Troubador of the coming age.

8 thoughts on “A Very Self-Deafeating Predation

    1. Never stopped, darling ~ they just move to alternate techniques. It’s been years during which, as soon as I raise public awareness about one set of techniques they just drop those and go back to others.

      It’s always hard to know which direction these things are moving, because a targeter harnesses whole demographics to come by and make you feel that everyone in the world’s involved ~ but those effects can be created with just two or three people, and one must, one must hope ~ and it seems to me that they are running out of gullible audience here, and thus, slowly, out of new recruits. Only time can tell. I sure appreciate your patient prayers.

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