Tag Archives: Crispin Rodrigues

Ten Answers to a Question

“What has been dark and rich and warm all over?” – W. H. Auden, “The Hard Question” A pair of emperor penguins keeping their chick warm in winter. The period at the end of a question mark that hooks you … Continue reading

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Given That

Given that the earth is a perfect sphere, a walk in any direction ultimately leads to itself, which given that the rotation of poles happens at a rate too minute to consider, a straight walk is an infinite loop. Given … Continue reading

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A Brief Discourse on Shopping Mall Toilets

All public toilets start out the same: blemish-free white porcelain bowls resting on tessellated tiles, some with designs of exotic cultures or legendary creatures. The taps all face the same direction and when each tap is turned on, there is … Continue reading

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