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Architect’s Note:
City buildings don’t generally need
to be any deeper than the foyer.

 

When everything is seen as ad hoc,
everything adds up.

 

The most interesting
answers and responses
are spongy.

 

The elder of one secondary, neural mass
advised its out-put – I mean off-spring – in these words,
“It’s all right to be ugly if you’re REALLL ugly.” 
(And, oh yes, P.S.: I know of no way the word “ugly”
could be even remotely metaphorical.)

 

Right in the midst of a certain neural upheaval,
one of those trapped therein, stood tall and declaimed,
“What’s the sense in observing anything
if you don’t put a name to it?”  (In short order, the fellow
was asked to produce some identification for his own self.)

J.

 

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