Colon (ko’-lon): Roughly equivalent to “clause” in English, except that the emphasis is on seeing this part of a sentence as needing completion, either with a second colon (or membrum) or with two others (forming a tricolon). When cola (or membra) are of equal length, they form isocolon.
I am mystified. Nothing of the past is left knowable to me. I wander without memories, trekking across now without then, when, where, or why.
I know I am lost. Living in a deep trance. I have been legally certified.
I am medicated. I am eradicated. I am insane.
Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).
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