Douglas Colston

A Yawning Gap (Hiātus);
OrErroneous Culture

Douglas Colston, A Yawning Gap (Hiātus); or, Erroneous Culture, Chinese text - in a form appearing in Shuowen Jiezi in about 100 CE

Being correct, successful, or affected
may be synonymous
with winning, process, or one’s innermost essence
(including the “heart of the matter”)…
with the 29th tetragram of the Tàixuánjīng (𝌢),
in addition to judgment, settlement,
quitting, breaking, and interruption.

The shadow aspects
of “absolutely,” “definitely,” and “decidedly”
are successful at and fit for

Douglas Colston has played in Ska bands, picked up university degrees, supported his parents during terminal illnesses, married his love, fathered two great children, had his inheritance embezzled, transitioned into counseling as a vocation, and experienced debilitating mental and physical illnesses. Now, among other things, he is pursuing a PhD.