Pardon this intrusion into your Eratosphere reading, writing, commentaries, and, ahem, all the other delights the Sphere is able to offer. But to keep it simple indeed, Eratosphere needs your help/sponsorship!
Ordinarily--and actually never before until now--I wouldn't post this personal notice to members outside the threads confines simply because there was more or less some measure of the much-needed assistance from usually a couple of handfuls--out of the hundreds active of the thousands registered--of very helpful members. But it seems things have fairly dried up--or rather, only a dribble remains--in terms of such help, even with the seasonal reminders where we bump the sponsorship threads, with as much restraint as possible, a couple of times or so throughout the year. I could go further, but I'd rather simply point you to the relevant assistance threads to read more or to interact with:
Thank you for posting this, Woody. I really enjoy interactive works like this. They are reminiscent of pop-up books. The internet stirs up our language like a blender because nothing is linear as a traditional book would be. Yes it can be read in order but it can also be clicked other ways. The artist relinquishes control of that.
Thanks, Woody. I enjoyed it, and so did my wife (who was looking over my shoulder). In fact, her ability to quote poems when we were dating, including this one, helped her achieve the aforementioned marital status.