It's ghosts whom I'm writing to. Both living and dead.
It's like a dimly lit table, and we're sitting around it, and maybe there's smoke and booze, but it doesn't really matter, because I don't have a lot of time, anyway. I can only really afford to sit around for a short while, just long enough to mention...
In my mind , I think of it as "Isometric Green," though even isometric graph paper was a different shade. Lighter. My mind is flawed, I admit-- but you remember what I am talking about.
The color of window-blinds, and blackboards, once upon a time.
Where did it come from? How did it become the preferred color of men who wore shirtsleeves and horn rims?