In truth, the article was of little interest to me until a scholar accidentally spilt upon it a ravenous acid out of the cup from which I had motioned him to drink.
“There’s the balloon, and there you are, waving. Do you remember? You must remember.”
False memory, or Korsakoff’s Syndrome, leads subjects to fill in the blanks of events they never experienced. In this pocket study, Dr Fulminare conscripts poets to reconstruct a doomed text from fire, acid and the ministrations of his pet slow loris. With each iteration, the text takes on new life, and rapidly forgets its old one.
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