Monday, December 15, 2014

classic futnuckery: old symbology

Here it comes: three figures. Man on the leftmost end, broad
shouldered, narrow hips, impassable like a wall. In the middle there
is cobra commander's head with the cloth mask on-the one that drooped
down past his chin. He looked evil in that, like he would pull up his
mask to spit vileness. On the right end there is a spear, just like a
metallic rod with two teeth on the end, like if you gored someone and
pulled out, it would rip innards, fiercely tearing up someone's
insides. But this is the old symbology, no longer relevant, except
maybe as a little puzzle for me to work in my head on this, a
reflective day.

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