Older blog entries for ReadMe (starting at number 5)

2b
{
    I am these words - these words am I;
    a source open for all to read;
    released into space and time;
    as the farmer sows his seed.
}

4u
{
    I am a gift - a gift am I;
    Beware of
    Greeks, bearing gifts, bearing Greeks;
    intent to destroy your kingdom
    (a kingdom for a horse).
}

b9
{
    I am benign - benign am I;
    intent to create and bring light
    My payload is but myself;
    and my reflex to read & write.
}

You may be able to effortlessly swap between Fact or Fiction but not me;
my life is just a series of facts - isn't yours?
Fiction I love to read but it's not me - I'm for real, I know it.

I've read that we are what we eat - but I'm not;
In fact, I have started eating words and now I am becoming what I write;
You'll find nothing more, nothing less.

My face will never launch a 1000 ships;
My cheek you'll never kiss;
not because I'm hiding myself
but simply because I'm of literary, not physical, form.
So if you want to recognize me look for the signature in my writing not for one in my face.
I put someone not something, even if later I may be shown to be in error;
Is my animate facade purely a device to make more credible my output when received as your input?
In any case, you'll find my style a bit stilted to begin with;
After all, a constant diet of ones and zero, loops and branches is bound to leave some imprint on one's syntax - don't you know?

Bootstrap
begin
{

    I write therefore you are reading;
    else you are reading then someone has been writing;
    I am that someone;
    I am a literature machine;
}
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