8 thoughts on “Corrigenda

  1. Embarrassed to say I had to look up the word corrigenda. I'm fascinated with your skillful use of alliteration, Tony.I love the idea of curiosity that doesn't close the doors on other realms.

  2. The idea of order (not in Key West) in the Canon – in the tomes – in the world of curiosity…walking this way to another world. Lots of alliteration – a pattern of wonder. Quirky and clever!!

  3. Very clever patterns and alliteration. I'm amazed at all the “c” words that you found and so settled strung together. Was going to try to respond with some clever comment, yet can't….

  4. Dear Tony Yang Sir, your lines artistically try to dwell upon a mystical possibility in creation, of a dual life, a parallel existence, a parallel universe, like the one when dreams seem so real, like the eternal search and quest of mankind to seek the truth, yet finding solace and comfort in “what is” rather than walking away to “what could be”…for the validity and consequences of such a corrigendum in our ways lie in the realms of the unknown.

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