Future, in general: passim


Future, in general: passim
Future, auguries of: see Past, future of; Past, memories of; Dreams, in general; Nightmares, in general
Future, fear of: passim
Future, grammatical tense: see Language, limitations of
Future, history of: see Past, in general; Past, future of; Present, in general; Present, history of
Future, inevitability of: see Future, inevitability of
Future, longing for: see Past, limitations of; Present, limitations of; Future, memories of
Future, memories of: see Memory, memories of the future

see also: Dreams, memory and; Dreams, nightmares and
see also: Memory; Memory, dreams and; Memory, transitive property of
see also: Nightmares, in general
see also: Past, predictions about; Past, resemblances to the future

Future, mutability of: passim
Future, resemblance to the past: see Future, inevitability of

see also: Language, limitations of
see also: Past, resemblance to the future
see also: Present, limitations of

Future, visitors from the: see Memory
Future, what I make of: see Future, fear of; Future, longing for; Future, resemblance to the past
Future, what it’s for: see Future, longing for; Language, limitations of



Another poem prompted by a prompt from NaPoWriMo.net (“Have you ever flipped to the index of a book and found it super interesting? … Today, I challenge you to write your own index poem. You could start with found language from an actual index, or you could invent an index….”) Which is what I did.

Image: I love you, mom, by Hector Parayuelos, published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) license. Read Hector’s moving tribute to his mother at the link, by the way. And I chose this picture before I read the last paragraph of the description and realized why the train-car the family is boarding looks so familiar: it’s a car on the Disneyland monorail… which (as I trust you know) takes you to Tomorrowland.


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  1. Pingback: NaPoWriMo – Day 12 – “Hate, A List Of Things I Really” by David Ellis | toofulltowrite (I've started so I'll finish)

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