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The Freeze-Thaw Möbius

Opening up new vistas or breaking up icey oceans, take your pick between metaphors and watch how the emotions flavour the wisdom of meaningful literacy. Alternating between the two offers a möbius of sorts like the truism of the simile.

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The Freeze-Thaw Möbius

A book must be the ax for the frozen sea within us.

- Franz Kafka (1883-1924)

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Atey Ate Mate - The Möbius is Innate Courtesy of planksip

The Freeze-Thaw Möbius

Inspired by Franz Kafka (1883-1924)'s quote, "A book must be the ax for the frozen sea within us.". The titled responsion is

Opening up new vistas or breaking up icey oceans, take your pick between metaphors and watch how the emotions flavour the wisdom of meaningful literacy. Alternating between the two offers a möbius of sorts like the truism of the simile. The innate eighty-eight in the möbius of the planksip p is four all of humanity to discover and enjoy.


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