black & white

You know how some people don’t seem to have any doubts about things? They seem to see the world in black and white.

Or do they?

black and white grapes on a dish

Although those grapes are destined to be eaten unfermented, I have an idea that seeing the world in shades of wine might improve it.

This friend might look rather odd, of course, if he were in the same shades of ‘black and white’ as the grapes:
tuxedo cat face close up

And, while we have a cat on the screen, perhaps it’s a good moment to mention the news about Shrödinger’s cat.

Apparently scientists have managed to take a very quick peek into the box wearing blurry glasses and have discovered that he really is alive. Then again, that article in the New Scientist is dated October 3rd, so by now, we are presumably in a state of uncertainty again.

Or perhaps that’s the effect of the wine.

Author: don't confuse the narrator

Exploring the boundary between writer and narrator through first person poetry, prose and opinion

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