Behind, beyond the symbology of headlines. Formations which suggest golden fields and sparkle are best viewed across sierras of time. Like music. Or a portrait of Madame X.
It is the very business of art to create order, the end of myriads, gonads, and blue-suede shoes. Azure be damned!
Purple lupin, sun rays, the very thought of you. I mean, one simple hint/ of intonation/ changes the picture. Then pixels-- unleashed, though bourne on gentle overtones/ flow easily to other planets.
Think about it. Sun rose, baby, sun rose.
Finally, the obelus (÷) was first used as a division symbol by Johann Rahn (or Rhonius)
(1622-1676) in 1659 in Teutsche Algebra (Cajori vol. 2, page 211). obelus: a mark (- or ÷)
primarily used in ancient manuscripts to indicate questionable passages or readings. Yikes.
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