I am intrigued by how words mean when we imply that they do,
how they tend to break up across the rock of accountability
and in the soup kitchen of the unconscious.
Do you know what I mean?
Inspired by Jon on the cultural place of an-other.
Cheshire CatI can tell your post means something, but I haven't a clue what. Feel free to tell me here, or via my Email posted on my blog.I look forward to experiencing more confusion: something of a native land to me.Thank you.
Welcome, Andy. Thanks for dropping by. I've been somewhat cryptic lately, so you can feel right at home in your native land.:/The "who" here is more like the cat (the who) that ate the canary (the whom). But the Cheshire Cat works too - in a kind of predatory, inter-species sort of way.
"who benefits " .... if I added a question mark (?) then I can do a little turnabout... but who as the subject of this dance benefits more when such questions are not even considered... thanks for the cryptic and quirky.... makes ya thaaank!
Hi,I truly enjoy your dense and elegant verse. Found your blog via Andy's Brand of Make Believe. Who benefits? I cannot really say, as I lack any sense of pragmatism. I like people with wry sensibilities and quirky senses of humor. A lot.
Welcome, Jenny. Thanks for dropping by with your kind introduction. FWIW, you might discover a sense of pragmatism quickly if you found yourself on the other side of the who.