Ignoring tradition, ice angles—like snow angles before them—often choose a different path and lean toward uncommon nodes of gravity.
Thus released from rank perpendicularity, their wings are free to unfold along new tangents.
i am liking the prosetry but not in favor of ice .
Just trying to desensitize myself. Ice is not my favorite time of year, but maybe if I stare into the ice-abyss all week, I'll learn to accept it so I can go on. If that doesn't work, I resort to the napalm, as usual.
I so love this! Ice angles and snow angles! Plus, "rank perpendicularity" returns only one Google hit: Omegaword. Bravo!
Thanks, Craig! And also for the inspiration in the first place, of course. Here's hoping "rank perpendicularity" will survive the test of language-time.
"Rank perpendicularity" is still a Googlewhack, nearly four years later!
I was afraid to look. Thanks to your fearless peering, I intend to spend the day puffing and preening as I strut my stuffing, birdlike, up and down the funny stairs. Are we not men?
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