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September 25, 2009
Why is the grass so blue today? It reeks of teal and turquoise, not the greenest green that I know and expect. Why is the air so blue? Air must not be blue, songs must not be blue, how can a song be blue oh but it can, it can. It most certainly can. Listen for the clang. If it's not there, maybe it's blue. Maybe purple, or red- no, silly, not red. Red clangs, clangs a lot, indeed. The montgolfiere takes off when the song is red. It takes off in the sunny red of the sunny sunny sky.