“Five Briefs” / Memorable Fancies #737

[“I will remember you and another song also.” – Hesiod] — He remembers their song long after he forgets her – and she, him.


A tree falls in the forest. Has it made a sound if no one hears? If a TV plays in the forest does it make a sound? Will canned laughter become the swaying of trees?


Once upon a time. Twice upon a time. Three times. Four…


I no longer trust that image in the mirror; it has lied to me once too often.


The judge laughed. The jury laughed. The hangman did not laugh, which was some consolation in Fred’s last moments.



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