Category Archives: Poetry
Phism of the Day
There is a feature to this blog which you may have been overlooked until now because of its location at the top of the sidebar which is:
The Phism of the Day
That it is meant to be a daily feature obviously, but what exactly is a ‘Phism’ and why should anyone care?
Our buddy Phi, who you have not been subjected to yet on this blog, a rather mercurial and elusive creature who fancies himself a bit of a poet, has taken over the function of editing William’s collection of aphorisms. It’s a long story and you needn’t worry about it until Phi Press gets closer to publishing the miniature book of a collection of said aphorisms.
Phi, wise in his own self-serving little way, suggested that the upcoming book be called Phi’s Little Book of Words because no one would ever read [much less purchase] a book called William’s Little Book of Words [ what William proposed]. In this case everyone was forced to agreed that Phi had it right and was perceiving reality more clearly than anyone – even William. Phi, sly creature that he is, then suggested a combining the two ideas together, Phi + Aphorism = Phism a much catchier tag. Since we are also all about linguistic boundary dissolution around here we all had to agree it was much the catchier name as well.
And why should anyone care? We haven’t worked that out yet, but maybe you have some ideas yourself that you can suggest in the Comments.