"Dressed for the Wedding (Of Two Noxious Chemicals)" by Richard F. Yates

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[Ink on found cardboard with digital embellishments and color. 2020.]

Hexadoxically speaking, the union would eventually be declared inert, but only the most obtuse amongst the revelers chose not to find the situation acute.

Blow me down!!!

Radioactivity used to be such a threat, but after the wedding, toxicology became a much … (read more)

[Ink on found cardboard with digital embellishments and color. 2020.]

Hexadoxically speaking, the union would eventually be declared inert, but only the most obtuse amongst the revelers chose not to find the situation acute.

Blow me down!!!

Radioactivity used to be such a threat, but after the wedding, toxicology became a much more substantial worry. The chemicals honeymooned in the Marinara Trench, although they felt a lot of pressure to have a good time. Mounting public scrutiny lead to fission... And the half-life of the marriage went into critical smergatroid. Terrible. Terrible...

At the end of the day, the DJ at the reception was great, but Heliotrope Smith spilled grape-juice on his lime-green tux while doing a cha-cha, and he secretly cried when he got to his car. (Poor fellow.) He had no control over the grape-juice...

Now go read a chemistry book, and enjoy the rest of the show!

---Richard F. Yates (Holy Fool)

[P.S. - The TEXT for this piece is a "FREESTYLE" or "FREEWRITE" based on the title and colors of the artwork. It's mostly nonsense. Try to pretend it makes sense if that helps you feel better!]


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