pierrot’s mist

His mind contained nothing but a mental, light, and almost luminous mist, like the fog on a beautiful winter morning, nothing but a flight of anonymous midges
Raymond Queneau, Pierrot Mon Ami

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  1. In Homer, a mist passes in front of someone’s eyes when he is killed.

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    • Hmm…that seems significant. Obviously I think all this mist is connected or else I would not be documenting it. The question remains how it is connected.

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