A text has to be of a certain size to sustain a "list" element below it, therefore I am going to extend this sentence until it reaches a volume that produces a kind of impression that I am after so I can do what I am intending to do right now as I write this pointless sentence which is beautiful because it is so long, see, it goes on even after it is finished.
Now, after then, as I was writing that, I am writing this: and I wonder if a semicolon counts as a break leading to a different sentence or a sophisticated division within the same one.
All weathers are wild, you know what this means?
There are innumerable seeds in the earth, innumerably many more than the reckoning of either living or dead trees- the sound of the seeds growing is deafening, and drowns out the sound of all the falling oceans of wood in the forests- but, perhaps, the sound made by the seeds can only be heard with our thoughts. - Parodites, 3rd Pentad
The strong do what they can, the weak accept what they must.