"A Damaged Literacy of Bees"manipulated fractal flame & digital drawing by Mick Mather"Hallo," Holmes said. "See here, Russell, it must be more than complaisance applied to the saving graces.""How do you mean?""It's quite apparent that there's more than a shift of a mannered semantic. I see a complete paradigm shift of the literacy," he asserted."I don't mean to be repetitive, Holmes, but...""Observe the cells, Russell, especially the cells," he went on, "they've abandoned the hexagon. See how they've been squared away? Even the botched wax sealing aspires to the new shape.""Of course!" his illuminated partner agreed, "including a haphazard attempt at checker boarding.""Exactly," said Holmes over peaked hands, "elementary to a new literacy."
"I should think it much too early for assigning new text to a single, dead hive," Russell posited.
"Quite so," Holmes relinquished after many minutes of thought. "We shall keep our eyes sharp, then."
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