Friday February 5th 2016Tim
Totally missed Groundhog Day. A sure sign of an inward
obsession where the more distant horizons narrow as a
mind becomes focused upon smaller and smaller sentences.
Indeed worth cursing the politics of grammar that has
allowed the tiny word "is" to be defined thusly- The
third person singular present indicative of be. Worth
noting also that "is" is a verb. A Verb is the predicate
of a sentence, they are the "action" parts of speech and
I'm told you can't have a sentence without a verb.
However "I is an Octopus" may well be an incorrect use
of the word "is."
Whatever way I
want to look at it "Creative Is" cannot be an officially
recognized sentence, it has to be a title. It's like a noun.
Amongst nouns "Creative Is" would be defined as a condition,
like flu, small pox or whooping cough. All of them nouns
that are definitely going somewhere. They don't just sit
there because they're certainly doing something. The same
with Roses, a rose is either coming or going, unless of
course it becomes a dried rose then it might be dead,
lifeless and still for a good long time.