Monday, July 3, 2017

It is demeaning what is the meaning?

                                                                    Photographer: Didier Descouens
Image: 1 The Moth's dorsal view (here)
                                                                       Photographer: Didier Descouens
Image:2 The shock of seeing a Death-head
when the thorax is amplified (here)

the 32 given words:
meaning wheel name inkling unconscious perception limit amplification
faint threshold frail dissociated control evasive tender oscillate tension impulse
penumbra (a shadowy, indefinite, or marginal area)
fetish stiff irrational precise trigger primitive
cryptic (mysterious in meaning; puzzling; ambiguous)
jump boundaries deflected forgetting collective disguise

It is demeaning what is the meaning?
To be wheeled into a realm of name
calling, mystifying with no inkling but
of an unconscious perception

There is a limit to amplification, a faint
threshold of reality to a frail attempt at
a dissociated control evasive by nature

A tender oscillating movement may help
to ease tension on impulse hidden within
the penumbra of fetish tendencies stiff
and irrational but precise

However, it might trigger off a primitive
and cryptic message in a confused mind

The danger is to jump to conclusion
across boundaries deflected from its
purpose for forgetting a collective agenda
under disguise

Note: 1) Hank had used the word list in its
entirety and in the given sequence to test 
whether it is possible to create something sensible
2) To make it easier it is related to the shock of 
seeing a morbid amplification of the moth's thorax 

Clarification: This was created this morning and
linked earlier to Real Toad's - for Hedgewitch's -
Get listed.  It was late in the day for anyone to read
so Hank decided to link it here again for
Kerry's at Real Toad's  -  the tuesday platform


  1. WOW thrity two given words and you used them to perfection Hank, well done.


  2. Well the moth's thorax did have a very skull like pattern on it didn't it? What is it about humans that we need to see signs everywhere rather than accept that some matching may occur without any meaning.

  3. One really has to look and find, can't just accept the chance of it all.

  4. I also used this list again. So many wonderful words to work with. You have done a remarkable job of using all the words in order. I thought the final two stanzas conveyed the theme very well.

  5. Oh you really took the full challenge on... To be to firm and never listen... we need more of the opposite.

  6. I can only echo what has already been said.

  7. Wow! I've missed something while I've been away!

  8. This is absolutely brilliant, Hank!!

  9. Let me join in the chorus. 32 words! within only 5 stanzas. Bravo, Hank.

  10. Conclusion jumping is a terrible sport, in which too many have lost their heads... Still, we continue to play.

  11. Great!! Actually it took me more than one read to get to a have done a wonderful job!