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I’ve been wondering about a question raised elsewhere - is "melancholy" more poetic than "sadness"? The concepts are not the same, but what is the difference?

I suppose I would tend to see melancholy as an innate trait and outlook, whilst sadness is more a reaction to circumstances. Which is the more poetic? Depends on the poem.

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An experiment to see how pictures work here. This is the triffid that inhabits the kitchen window sill...

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@Ellinas All of the regulars are using their usual names, any other names you see are probably folks on other servers, Usernames follow the @username@server format, with a missing server implying a local user.

So this is an experiment, to see if running an instance in the fediverse is something we want to do.
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