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There Are Good Poets and Not So Good Poets

Categorically speaking, the necessity of assigning categories is manifest in the associations we sever, the meetings we disregard, and the defiance that we disseminate.

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There Are Good Poets and Not So Good Poets

A poet looks at the world the way a man looks at a woman.

- Wallace Stevens (1879-1955)

Eye Sees Aid by the Balls - Another planksip Möbius

Eye Sees Aid by the Balls - Another planksip Möbius

There Are Good Poets and Not So Good Poets

Inspired by Wallace Stevens (1879-1955)'s quote, "A poet looks at the world the way a man looks at a woman.". The titled responsion is...

Categorically speaking, the necessity of assigning categories is manifest in the associations we sever, the meetings we disregard, and the defiance that we disseminate. This disruptive responsion to the status quo and limitations that we regard as limiting define our awareness, our relationship to which define our identity. Others may not share this view, that's what marketing is for! Now you have to ask yourself, "Is anyone buying what I am selling?" Your rhetoric may be far less convincing than you may imagine. Think again my friend, the polishing revival of many versions is a mode of social and self-improvement.

Just Add Alcohol

Inspired by Samuel Beckett (1906-1989)'s quote, "Dance first. Think later. It's the natural order." The titled responsion is surrendering to the wisdom that is Samuel Beckett, besides who doesn't enjoy a good party, just remember tomorrow is just another day.

For those that advance the Zeno inspired, "tomorrow never comes" mentality, I am here to say, yes, tomorrow is always suspended in the future, but the concequence of tomorrow's present is a gift worth remembering. Playing with the tense nature of our language clever at best. For me, James Joyce was a master!

Bye Bye mon Cowboy

Inspired by Douglas Adams (1952-2001)'s quote, "I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." The titled responsion is a reference to Mitsou in title only, like the whoosing sound she makes she was my one hit wonder like no other.

Another heuristic that I will probably butcher was the dead lines of Archimedes. During the invaision of his precious Syracuse his Roman death blow spilled his blood into the sand box of mathematical imagining. Here is a visual.

Death of Archimedes
Eye Sees Aid by the Balls - Another planksip® Möbius

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