The apple is red, because the leaves are
green. There’s a place in the brain for orange, a
grove of reception like Nebraska or
Rome. Everyone is fond of Iowa.
The moving dot is where the monkey steers
his vision. The macaque’s thoughts click like a
warm clock. Color induction: mirror error
of the mind’s eye. On the brain’s map, orange may
be next to red, as one might hope or not.
The monkey’s thinking is a bouncing box.
The apple is red, because the leaves are not.
The fruit must be seen to be plucked, though tex-
ture has another channel known to us as touch.
There’s a woman with four cones in her mind’s watch.