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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

"The LSD Jellyfish" with Illustration. Fiction. by David S. Soriano

 The user of an LSD jellyfish sees new and exciting things when looking through his own special jellyfish-like eyes. He will see many different shapes, colors and patterns that he did not see before ingesting the acid. The eyes themselves are derived from the outer layers of a jellies' tentacles; they are similar to our eyes in structure and function. They also have lenses, cornea, an iris and eyelids- all with similar functions as our eyes. A user will also be able to see outside of his own vision; he will be able to perceive what other people are seeing without distortion or hallucinations.


                              Fantasy short-story and illustration  by David S. Soriano 2022

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