a poem for today, 21 October 2012
[a word-sorted sonnet of five sentences and its image]
I think the absolutely contrary contrary, whose contrariety is in no way affected by the relationship that can be established between it and its correlative, the contrariety that permits its terms to remain absolutely other, is the feminine.
They should be.
You may also be sure that you will receive the best service at all sorts of businesses; professionals generally like to avoid offending anyone who looks like they are probably in some sort of minority or another.
So I'm really happy.
If we continue along this road, whole areas of feeling and cognition and experience will be lost to us.