Author: Minette Visser

June 2, 2010 / / BLOG

It’s because of the bottles and tetrapacks fruit juice comes in. If you squeeze your…

June 1, 2010 / / BLOG
May 27, 2010 / / STORIES

Patrick could not believe his own eyes: the swimming girl was stark naked. Her intrusion…

May 26, 2010 / / BLOG
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May 11, 2010 / / BLOG

… that a fish is symbolic for sexual happiness, fecundity, faithfulness, a gathering of Christians…

May 9, 2010 / / STORIES

(She who Dances) Butterflies gather by the babbling brook. Budding flowers wait with patience, awakened…

May 5, 2010 / / BLOG

She’s talking about thislist from here.

May 4, 2010 / / BLOG

So maybe you’ve landed on this website from some Search Engine or another. You wanted…

May 3, 2010 / / BLOG

The process to recycle glass is more efficient than the plastic recycling process.

April 30, 2010 / / BLOG
April 29, 2010 / / STORIES

(She of the City)

I count the words: too many. I trim the passage.
I count the words: too few. I elaborate on a point.
The end result is a perfect description of a facet in a perfect number of words: one hundred.

It is a good number, not so many that the task becomes tedious, not so few that the description becomes abstract.
The number, one hundred brings to mind not only perfection, but a sense of equality. Each aspect is awarded a description and no description is longer than the next. Because although some actions may be unethical, we are all equal.