Life and Language, yani
Love this! I'd like to know what it says down at the left-hand corner though, it's too small even for young eyes like mine ;)
On the left:he=éle&=eshe=elaI'm not sure what that's about.On the right:S=serpensh=homoe=evaI believe it offers a way of analyzing the poetry/image. As in, the S is like the serpent in the Garden of Eden, separating man (h/homo) and woman (e/eva). I claim no authority, though!
Yay for comments! Nothing mean please, and that means you, Anonymous.