Undecreed

Un`de`creed´


a.1.Not decreed.
2.Reversed or nullified by decree, as something previously decreed.
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Though undecreed, a ban on mourning spoke Louder than cold-eyed guns that spat Their message of contempt against the world.
A reader concerned with "the general thought of logic" (or rhetoric) may well inquire into the meanings of "singular," "most," and "subjects." But of all things, the "positions" most crucial are the unclearly identified identity, that apparently functionless function, that undecreed fatality, of the "I." These make this essay a signpost (a "symbol"?