L’icône est l’ocelle d’asile qui immortalise l’occultisme de la noce où la cigogne anticonformiste dans l’oculaire de l’océan s’immobilise à cause de l’isolement. Sa misérable nuque se modélise au coin de l’occlusion octroyée et bientôt occie par la malsaine occasion d’une prolifération des arbustes du genre Miconia ainsi par plusieurs espèces d’Heliconia qui molestent et blasphèment les coquilles ocrées des escargots de la famille Conidae. L’amblystome panoptique est le seul occupant indigène qui survit. En l’occurrence, est-ce qu’on devrait blâmer le lexique? Des éclats d’un ocarina d’époque sont les seuls fruits des semailles de cet économie.
The icon is the ocellus of asylum immortalizing the occultism of the orgy such that the anticonformist stork, in the eyepiece of the ocean, immobilizes itself due to isolation. Its miserable neck is modeled on the corner of the occlusion proffered and all too soon defiled by the purulent occasion of a proliferation of Miconia bushes as well as by several species of Heliconia molesting and blaspheming the ochre shells of the cone snails. The panoptic salamander is the only indigenous occupant still alive. Should we blame the lexicon in this case? A few shards of an ocarina from the era are the only fruits gleaned from what that economy sows.
Schizomythological clitalysis of the author’s text (SCAT)
Ocelle d’asile
Before amalgamating their cultural capital with that of the Huerta-Fukari on the twin isles of Aseli-Abenaseli c. 990, Subborainizy and his band of wandering rhapsodes and divastigants established c. 989 a short-lived Yazdehan outpost on Isla Miranda, a once burgeoning cay of endemic exotica in the far northwestern reaches of the Arathu Sea, now a blasted inferno of insular tourism and Intrussyan summer homes.
Occultisme de la noce
As incorporated into the Huerta-Fukari cultural dynamics of Kiva, Cult, and Clan, the Yazdehan agisteo, ‘annual pilgrimage,’ soon evolved into a ludic saturnalia cum mystery rite qua carnavalesque Trickster play.
Cigogne anticonformiste
Ciconia yerisoa Gmel., 1789 (Strick., 1845). Itinerant Tetrastic argalid known for its penchant for feeding on carrion and pinching oblations, viz. from the Yazdehan holocaust in the Ala Akbar Nod, hence the original classical moniker Gmelin pinned on it, ἱερόσῦλοϛ, ‘temple robber,’ and which Strickland later normalized.
Oculaire de l’océan
Insulaire d’écarts, similaire au socle continental de la mer Méditerranée.
Noronopo ostiesa Gmel., 1799. Gleaming bony cone snail, extinct.
Amblystome panoptique
Ambystoma etrorb Gmel., 1789. Endemic mole salamander of Isla Miranda.
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