Leo 20. An herb which, if over-consumed, causes one to die of laughter.
TITLE: THE PERSISTENT NAGGING OF THE TRUE SELF UNTIL IT IS ALLOWED TO MANIFEST
Humor, like fire, loves to feed and spread, the difference between humor and fire being that whereas fire destroys what it touches, humor merely deflates what is overly gaseous, and/or serves to disentangle colors from both themselves and shadows.
Saffron, an herb which catalyzes humor, (and is therefore a most efficacious self dispersant), may, in large quantities reveal itself as a funny poison, so that, if used indiscriminately, will generate a laughter storm of such intensity that certain dances locked deep within the inner fires are suddenly released, and, fleeing through the physical form, destroy it through gay abandonment, much in the same way that winds will at times inadvertently shatter a rainbow.