Between allegory and allergy

An observation may conclude when the observers are positioned roughly half-way between allegory and allergy.

Observation begins, though, with attempts to find a language. In the observation above one first notices a glob of interiority beside the area of translucence – only after some moments do you begin to realize that what you see might be better described as an interloper inside a transponder.

The yellow lid on the rookie is a temptation – to lift it, and let desire and rectitude mingle creating a sense of dizziness such that you could not say where one part begins and another ends.

Also you might note the pyjama smears left on the pall: a close examination of the immediate context suggests that these smears are traces or indices of an event – it seems most likely that the white elephant trod on the bluebottle during their shadow-boxing.