From: the animated silicon love doll (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 27 2002 - 18:48:27 MST
2002.02.27 16:51:15, "Alex Ramonsky" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>No, I didn't suspect you actually...it was the universe's sense of humor,
>because just that night I had a serious misunderstanding with a friend on
>exactly the same subject!...Still...Why shouldn't prose be acceptable as a
>medium for abstract language (as long as it is labelled 'fiction' ?)
It is - ever heard of prose poems and/or James Joyce? (okay, I think you
mentioned Joyce. Anyway.)
There's plenty of abstract prose, if you know where to look. William
Burroughs, Joyce, anyone who gets ahold of pen and paper while tripping...
cheshire morgan. Advance and never halt, for advancing is perfection.
Advance and do not fear the thorns in the path,
for they draw only corrupt blood.
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