Thursday, 29 November 2018

SING WORF SING










"The Bardic tradition of magic would place a Bard as being much higher and more fearsome than a Magician.  


A Magician might curse you.  That might make your hands lay funny or you might have a child born with a club foot.  


If a Bard were to place not a curse upon you, but a satire, then that could DESTROY YOU.


If it was a clever satire, it might not just destroy you in the eyes of your associates; it would destroy you in the eyes of your family.  It would destroy you in your own eyes.  


And if it was a finely worded and clever satire that might survive and be remembered for decades, even centuries. 


 Then, years after you were dead people still might be reading it and laughing at you and your wretchedness and your absurdity."


- Alan Moore

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