anomie or anomy/ n.
1. Social instability caused by steady erosion of standards and values.
2. Alienation and purposelessness experienced by a person or a class as
a result of a lack of standards and values.
3. Personal disorganization resulting in unsocial behavior. [French, from
Greek anomia, lawlessness, from anomos, lawless : a-, without; see A-1 +
nomos, law; see nem- below.]
I was taking a chance when I wrote this.
Because in order to write it, I had to have a body.
Hear me out:
I killed someone.
I've given the place, the time, the name, the method.
This, as I told you, is a box of jigsaw pieces, one missing.
Don't pull back now.
Reluctance doesn't suit you.
They are in here.
Now find them.
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