A heart that's full up like a landfill. A job that slowly kills you. Bruises that won't heal. You look so tired and unhappy. I'll take a quiet life. A handshake of carbon monoxide. No alarms and no surprises. Silent silence.
"This pyramidal stele bears a long cuneiform inscription in Akkadian. Erected by Manishtusu (2270-2255 BC), son of Sargon and third king of the Akkadian dynasty, it is a significant document in legal history. Like a number of other Mesopotamian monuments, including notably a statue of this same king (Sb 47), in the 12th century BC this obelisk was carried off to Susa among the spoils of war by the Elamite ruler Shutruk-Nahunte”