the old man is told
My wife has to be careful about ingesting fresh coriander but of course it's an essential ingredient for many Asian dishes, and so as long as she knows it’s in the meal, we both eat it!
I didn’t realise ‘spreading coriander’ is alledgely trending on Facebook as a hate thing though!
Alledegly a Facebook Group is dedicated to spreading Coriander Hate with over a billion users. Perhaps a case of “Infox” or “fallacieuse”.
Who knew a simple and common herb might engender such feelings!?
The phrase is deeply poignant, where we have the adjective 'old' partly re-emphasised by the rhyme of 'old' and 'told' and the suggestion of forgetfulness or denied complete control over his passwords. And of course too much power in authority can result in abuse.
The power of juxtaposition, and the abuse of power, or the degradation of memory, either way, powerful work.
memories of prawn curry
aboard a minesweeper
Kamesan's World Haiku Anthology on War, Violence and Human Rights Violations (2012) ed. Dimitar Anakiev (GINYU AWARD 2013)
And thank you, Mr. Summers for the wonderful explanation …
I leaned and learn a lot from your analysis and always look forward to reading you…
will be deciding
in your place