Category Archives: Philosophy of Language

Article: Creativity and Boredom

Recently I had one of those International variations of flu strains that meant I had weeks of being able to do next to nothing. Except, of course, thinking. Prior to this exotic flu strain visit, I was extremely busy with … Continue reading

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Verbs denote actions, the Teacher explains joyfully Facts of life, but Do they denote the Motion of life, unwittingly Asks the student in Short trousers Spots cover his face,  Last seen sitting alone in Empty classroom. April 24, 2017

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Metaphors and rhymes

If you want to be a poet Your speech should be filled with metaphors If you want to write a song Your lines should rhyme like church bells If you want to pay the bills You are either intellectual professor … Continue reading

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