Word (of the) Daze

cheers to nickreeves for using it. made me curious.

I like the aalignmet of the margins and line length.

It makes it such that

night without tents.

without shelter.

The conclusions of sense I and II of the words.

A little poem.

Marginalia. Just lovely.

The strange doubledouble–dash in night-watch. I shall investigate my tablets factory settings to see if it is included as a Special Character.

Object Anchors;Anchor Objects.

Of course, anyone aware of what passes for my mind these days will not be surprized by how much the variant spelling of ‘surprise.’ catches mine eyes.

Why is Parsifal the last spelling standing?

Opera trumped literature last time?

Parzifal is the proper Proper Noun in mine eyes. Chronology is not the issue. The precedent is the issue. In this gaudy spring, sense when the eff does opera resound more than literature? Written record derives from from its precedents. <Giggle. Is that a joke, do you think?>.

[Parzifal] was my expectation. How I expected written records to recall this character, in their references.

But, oh oh, no! Parsifal, Parsifal, Parsifal. (Exception there is; i found & exception dost prove the rule, idiots/yet from a contradiction we may draw any number of conclusions; thus, from a contradiction, we may indicate (aka prove) Nothing.

So, naturally, my attention was hooked.

The highlighted symbol aside the variant/vulgar spelling

= obsolete

Author: writtencasey

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