Tag Archives: Enigma

A matter of emphasis and perception

“It’s a yellow day,” Maud said. But everything inside and outside looked green (we live in a greenhouse). “Yes, today is a yellow day,” she repeated. “Because the sun is shining.” – James Steerforth (© 2013) Note Q: So what’s … Continue reading

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The riddled species, or: noisily befuddled

The bipolar bear reeked audibly. It listened to heaven with a silver smirk, but exhaled kindly and did not make a left feeling. All it was was a great big blind sensationless enigma. – James Steerforth (© 2012) 33 words … Continue reading

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Ode in D blue

This toneless ode might be imagined And might take on contour slowly Like a blue being stepping out of the mists And as the mists dissipate you might glimpse some waves of the ocean Blue came from. You might hear … Continue reading

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