Some thoughts and notes on the nature of spirals and their o

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Some thoughts and notes on the nature of spirals and their o

Postby Fixed Cross » Tue Sep 13, 2016 1:54 am

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.
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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

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Re: Some thoughts and notes on the nature of spirals and the

Postby The Golden Turd » Tue Sep 13, 2016 6:27 am

I know the anwser.... but found a better solution over the years, for you see, punctuation is designed to both match your emotions and breathing style, but this rarely identifies where one should insert a gap to pause the mind and reorient.... with a different approach to using quotation marks, not just.colons and semicolons, you can get around this question and always be right.
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