Muse(a)Phor

Muse(a)phors are derived from Pataphors. A pataphor has a metaphor primarily and a sentence sequence as the secondary. For example: The Books are sleeping. She is also sleeping. The first is a part is a metaphor and the second one a sentence. A museaphor has a primary metaphor and from it a secondary one. For eg. Palestine is a volcano. She is a Volcano. The first part describes Palestine’s volatile political situation and the second part describes a woman who is sexually hot. Thus Muse(a)phors are a new species of the metaphor.

Author: psiberite

I am a Hellenic Philistine driven by the made pursuit of aestheticism, an existential nihilist and post modern deconstructionist.

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