Taught to Dis-see [Flash Fiction]

Blindness has given Tiresias other eyes. We should be so lucky to have them. The wise understand this; the fools never will. A fool will always form a thousand questions to keep the wise man playing hop-scotch. Hop-scotch or ping-pong, the idiot's delight in argument, his intellectual acumen never veering far from either. How blind … Continue reading Taught to Dis-see [Flash Fiction]

Hard Times for History and Historiography; an Informal Symposium [A Short-short Story]

An informal symposium, a small gathering of friends of a friend, the latter not present except by his absence. The absence of someone is a kind of presence because it is felt, it is recognized as a lack which is a want which is a supposed to be which is a longing which is presence … Continue reading Hard Times for History and Historiography; an Informal Symposium [A Short-short Story]