Six critters; one, of a pathetic, two-legged variety, opine on the human condition
and predicament … in this … our surreal … nonfiction.
Six souls armed with but a handle are on … a ‘mission impossible’ … to enable
the only seemingly unable; a mission for (wo)man, not actually … impossible.
Six called (we imagine) to write by the nonfictional Force of Muslims, Christians
and Jews; called upon to … (dare I say it) … paraphrase Him.
Six lovers of Ovid’s insights into change and Emily’s letter to the world take a cue
from them. Their epigrams are to say … we all … love you.
Six Bohemians beg: Abnegate nationalities! Exalt humanity! A call to action:
Make real the ‘impossibility’ … of Global Truth … and Reconciliation!
Six wrote the manuscript from which these verses are drawn. Most of the nations
and the territories … are addressed … therein.
The Wine and Cheese Miracles; prose, poetry, tragedy and comedy, and in
addition … a contradiction … nonfiction, posing as … fiction.