:: a few feathers dropped ::
posted by MB at 9:25 AM
Molecular illusion: two words that absolutely need to be together more often. Well done.
The last line flips everything around: if there never was such a thing as solid ground, what is there to return to? And how can that be a promise? Great little koan you've written!
Robin, it's not something people think about often, but I agree — we should!Brenda, you are asking the kind of questions I hoped this would provoke! Thanks.
Today--- Just today- I am grateful for the illusion.
my heart leapt at the compact intensity of this piece. wow! and... just... WOW! LOVE IT!
Made the theory I learned in Winterson's "GUT Symmetries" come rushing back, along with a smile!alan
Consciousness plays hide-and-seek with creative energy in the vast empty space between electron and nucleus.(This Illusions enjoys throwing glowing pixel-dust around.)Thanks for the phosphorescent tangle!
Illusion yes, but oh so powerful. Thank you for this.
Thanks, zhoen.Endment, I am often glad for that illusion. But it's good exercise (for me) to try to pull it away for a while.Snowsparkle, thanks! I'm always a little surprised when I look back at a piece that is two or three lines and feel that it's DONE.Alan, glad I could bring back some memories, but especially glad to bring out a smile in you.Lori, your description is marvelous. Phosphorescent tangle — right on the mark!Mermaid, it's an extraordinarily powerful illusion, and I find it very powerful to break it down.
I'll call the illusion reality if it helps me get through the day.
love it, he he
Amy, touche!Sue, thanks!
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