Number 35 previous remorse blank stare of grief 


Loss and recovery is a deep theme in psychoanalysis, where the child separating from its mother can be a traumatic experience. Splitting is also relevant, where we separate out good and bad objects.

The Seeker

The One Found

“The Seeker looks for and finds the One Found.”

Although this is a relatively short description, recovery is a common theme. In life, people go missing most often through voluntary means, leaving of their own accord. ‘Lost’, here, often means that the seeker has lost the person who is missing, as the missing person may be quite happy. It also happens that the missing person is themselves lost, such as a child who is separated from its mother or adventurers lost in the wilderness.

Stories do cover voluntary loss, but make use of the more involuntary situation of capture and kidnap, where a person is taken against their will and usually against the law. Such situations make for classic conflict with the abductors, rescue and escape.

Loss and recovery is a deep theme in psychoanalysis, where the child separating from its mother can be a traumatic experience. Splitting is also relevant, where we separate out good and bad objects.

‘Recovery of a lost one’ is the 35th of Georges Polti’s 36 Dramatic Situations

36 dead kin slain 

35 recovered weird 

34 remorse ggrrrreat 

1973-flash forward to 

Camp of the Saints, an obscure 1973 novel by French author Jean Raspail, reveal even more about how he understands the world. The book is a cult favorite on the far right, yet it’s never found a wider audience. There’s a good reason for that:  It’s breathtakingly racist.

Now, as an aside I contend that “breath-takingly” would probably not been used to describe racism  in 1973…

Superbly Sexist

& big Dix
Pick up Styx

33: Followed by Remorse

33. Erroneous judgment

a Mistaken One; a Victim of the Mistake; a Cause or Author of the Mistake; the Guilty One

The Mistaken One falls victim to the Cause or the Author of the Mistake and passes judgment against the Victim of the Mistake when it should be passed against the Guilty One instead.

“The Thirty-Six Dramatic Situations is a descriptive list which was created by Georges Polti to categorize every dramatic situation that might occur in a story or performance. To do this Polti analyzed classical Greek texts, plus classical and contemporaneous French works. He also analyzed a handful of non-French authors. In his introduction, Polti claims to be continuing the work of Carlo Gozzi, who also identified 36 situations.”


  • Remorse
  1. Culprit

    a Victim or the Sin; 

    an Interrogator

  2. The Culprit wrongs the Victim or commits the Sin, and is at odds with the Interrogator who seeks to understand the situation.
  • Recovery of a lost one, 
  1. the Seeker; 
  2. the Found 1
  3. one lost wants to be lost
  4. The Seeker finds the One Found.
  5. Loss of loved ones
  6. a Kinsman Slain; 
  7. a Kinsman Spectator-counterintuitive
  8. an Executioner conflicted or not afflicted
  9. Perfect navy sale 

Kinsman redefined


Executioner too final




Ptsd Feb 13, 2017

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Writing in `The. Aura motive optimist trust ​

Revenge v avenge x with a vengeance vendatta

Retribution reclaimed rep


To be unravelled



At`The castle on high”

Ophelia implored her father 

before he stormed the pearly gates

to considered a more measured response

as a leader


Leering, sneering 


this firework forsaken 

 fizzes as it moves

Until no one was leftover 

to trust

The jester position

dissolved long ago after 

the last Falstaff made way

for dowager princesses 

and renegade knights

Dark lee
Le carnaval romain

Le carnaval romain, ouverture

Oh oh oh oh Ophelia 

“By creating a politically effective piece from a similar story, he was more likely to cause people to question their society and themselves, rather than simply to have an uplifting aesthetic experience. ” – re l͓̽e͓̽a͓̽r͓̽

t͟h͟e͟ f͟a͟c͟t͟o͟r͟y͟

a̺l̺l̺ i̺s̺ c̺h̺e̺e̺r̺l̺e̺s̺s̺, d̺a̺r̺k̺ a̺n̺d̺ d̺r̺e̺a̺r̺y̺…

Sonresa looks up as Galwain approaches

Looks down 

Albany, the weak, widowed, and childless man who is all that remains of political authority, goes through the ritual end-of-play motions of rewarding the good and punishing the bad, but these motions are self-consciously perfunctory. When he says, “What comfort to this great decay may come/Shall be applied,” we know that the comfort will be small and cold. Albany promises to restore Lear to his abandoned kingship, but the old king utterly ignores the offer of power, and promptly dies.

Courtney smiles. Balthazar smirks. Covey scowls. Patricia winces & Bethany bowls over, nine of cups, ace of spades, the hermit lovers’ death card.

Howl howl howl 

Talk about it
And seven years

We can and we will 

We did and we have

At least

Despair is egalitarianism


To be considered continuing