Sunday, November 22, 2009

Illusion versus Reality/ Reality verses Illusion



to what has


Who painted this?

Etymology: Latin eludere, from e- + ludere to play
2 : to escape the perception, understanding, or grasp of

Etymology: Latin alludere, literally, to play with, from ad- + ludere to play:
1 : to make indirect reference alluding to an earlier discussion

Etymology: illusio, from Latin, action of mocking, from illudere to mock at, from in- + ludere to play, mock
1 a
(2) b (1) : perception of something objectively existing in such a way as to cause misinterpretation of its actual nature

The Birth of Pegasus and Chrysaor from the Blood of Medusa (c1876-1885) by Edward Burne-Jones

One moon for the list.
There's many heading to town, so mind the traffic.
Turbo is for safety- not just the brakes.
Please don't hurry. Please don't delay.


Anonymous said...

Oooh to ride a white horse with a golden bridle...winged in lightning speed...
homeward... IN...
with rings on our fingers
and bells on our toes...
neither hurried nor delayed!

Fine Lady! :D

Suzette said...

Clever and true.
Are you sure we only need one moon?

Shannon said...

Fine Lady? haha NOW I hear you! Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross!

I am not sure, Suzette! ;D