dot blogspot dot com.
That's not what "atonal" means. Please refrain from using words you ain't know what they mean. Thank you.
In that specific example, I'm not even sure what his intended meaning for atonal was supposed to be.I'm guessing that "atonal" is the new "experimental."
That's not what "atonal" means.Fair enough, but I forgive the man for having written the sentence: Behind him... a small handful of Johnsons labour studiously in their own little pools of light.
You mean you like the elegant turn of phrase, or the naughty double-entendre? (LOL.)
Post a Comment