Tuesday, August 23, 2011


The word today is PAREIDOLIA: definition

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  1. I went to Britain where I was afflicted with an acute attack of pareidolia : I saw a face on Big Ben in London, a Giant's Causeway in Ulster, an Old Man at Hoy in the Orkneys, Seven Sisters in Sussex ... and when I looked up at the night sky I swear I could see a ram, a lion, a bull, a centaur, two fishes, a pair of twins, a scorpion, a crab, a girl with a pitcher of water. Oh, and a man with a belt. Not to mention a bear that was also a plough and a big dipper.

  2. I dream of pareidolia
    in the Sahara.
    Messages in the sand,
    signs to the promised land.
    I want more than a mirage
    more than a virtual montage.
    For North Africa
    and its secrets.
    I'll give up pizza
    and omelettes!

  3. In the beaches
    of Vietnam,Bali,
    San Diego & Cali.
    we watched pareidoila
    of cloudy angels
    and fairies
    back to childhood
    fantasies, follies
    and happiness