The Bizarre Tongue

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The hallowed birth, life and transcendence of a divine entity. The Bizarre Tongue is resplendent, omniscient and birds like Her too. She exists only a moment in linear time, often. It sells.

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About Irene Watts

One could write a linear piece in which a person wakes, has breakfast and starts a day the likes of which is entirely founded in reality. Sure, the plot that unfolds in this story could evoke some little hint to the mystery of being… I prefer surrealistic metaphor, and I like it funny.

Absurdist, collagist, animator, wanderer. Works have been published and displayed in various small venues virtual and not.

ameliac.com productions
Brooklyn Historical Museum
Oregon Literary Review
Profane Scrod
White Sun Press
GoldFeder and Kahan Group
BlackBird Wine and Gallery
Amazon
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Review by: White Sun Press on Feb. 06, 2011 :
Irene Watts' "The Bizarre Tongue" takes the reader on a journey through the birth, cycles of life and discovery and realization (or ideation) of a consciousness to a form of enlightenment...but it seems to me that is not the crux of the story. Instead, it is how the world responds to different forms of beauty, missing the core of experience living inside that transformation as they try to make it manageable, marketable, attainable, material...classifiable. Written as a bird-filled poem, rich with imagery and quirks of humor covering over a deeper sadness at the blind groping of most "seekers" and marketers of seeking, this story stays with you, poignant and haunting.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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