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-[Paris 2002 - A poet's Holday (poem)]-
ALT text: (my rendering of a Hobbit Hole
complete w/two sitting chairs.
-- that's a good question,
i don't know if it's "
semi-detatched" or not ;)
"Actually these business trips are ok, but
having to work while away from home is
-- quote attributed to
T'rrr'rr'loch the Travelor
-[Open img text (ALT) in separate window]-
ALT text: As if traversing the inside of a scalloped onion,
the white alabaster toroid looms over-head,
curving to the left,
up and up we go,
until we reach the sign that says
-- the way out
Pizo Productions presents
(a fully non-diversified subsidiary of FPPC)
Gleeba: Why so glum, Meepo?
Meepo: I can't remember: On the
Mona Lisa, are her hands
folded left over right,
or right over left. Or can you
see her hands at all? It's
driving me nuts -- I musta seen
that painting a billion times!!!!
Gleeba: When you have perfection
you can never see it exactly.
Meepo: That really helps!
ALT text: On a round table, sits a
triangular piece of racclette
cheese (some-where between
Mazarella and Gouda in mildness,
a half-full bottle of Peach Juice
in a square wine-bottle-like
and an apple core (with stem).
Outside a ficticious window,
a bit of Le Louvre can be seen.
Triangular the modern
pyramid Pei placed;
some-how it works.
ALT text: The first image is a circle
almost closed. C1 and C2
are separated by a 'gap' in
the circle, but they can
clearly see each other.
As this 'band' opens up,
it slowly flattens out and
stretches longer and longer
so that C1 and C2 move further
and further from each other
and the line connecting them
becomes thinner and thinner.
Until all that remains are two
very small dots all alone in the universe,
completely un-aware of their mirror image...
ALT text: the second half of the above image.
NOTE: Author's afterward.
The fact that the "dots" mentioned above
resemble decimal points is purely
a convenient fiction.
Part 2: Excursions
(the ALT texts *are* the texts of the file at this
point - no use beating a dead horse ;)