bats in the dome

Monday, May 17th, 2004

Spinning writes:

Mind’s a maze. Mind’s amazing. Buzzing bees and bats in the belfry. belfry: a movable tower used in ancient warfare for attacking walled positions. (Webster’s New World College Dictionary 4th Ed.) Flights of fancy. Back to basics. Bureaucracy at its best when learned and carried on. Now or later? Does it matter? Yes, it does. It really does.

I agree. We are always in the maze, in and out, and amidst.


One response to “bats in the dome”

  1. gibb says:

    You understood that? I’m impressed. But this, too, is an important part: “belfry: a movable tower used in ancient warfare for attacking walled positions.”

    Although attacking should be taken in a softer form, meant rather as understanding, this dictionary definition should apply, I felt, as well as to the human mind.