Anakana Schofield – Award Winning Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

Tensing with G.

To read Gertrude Stein only for tense is a funny thing to do, for you see what’s in her, on her and at her. Go and do it. And now. And then.

To have read Gertrude Stein only for tense was a funny thing to do, for I see what’s in her, on her, at her. Gone and have done it. And now. And then.

To read Gertrude Stein only for tense was a funny thing to do for I saw what’s in her, on her and was at her. And is beyond. And was beyond in the beyond. And would be and could be and can be.

Tense snowmen

Tenses are keeping me very busy.

I have just invented a new tense called the “every tense”. It’s the Sangria of grammar.

In ongoing facial blindness: I just mistook a line of grown men in white and red gowns and an Abott outside an Abbey, for a long line of snowmen wearing red scarves. I was impressed with the chilly labour until I read the caption underneath and looked again.