Gemini 22. A painting that, once it is seen, cannot be remembered.
TITLE: THE NEED TO ACCEPT SITUATIONS OPEN-MINDEDLY, AND FREED FROM ALL JUDGMENTS, TO MAKE THE BEST OF WHAT IS or THE AWARENESS OF WHAT IS LACKING AND THE WILLINGNESS TO COMPENSATE FOR IT
There is, supposedly, a painting in the Museum of Peth that is incapable of being remembered. I wrote down the name of it, “Seekers at Twilight,” and searched for it in the museum archives, but found nothing. Nor has any art historian written of it — how could they? They don’t remember it.
I would describe the painting to you, but as I have forgotten what it looks like, I can’t. This is a painting deeply shrouded in its own secret. All I can tell you, though, is that whoever has seen it remembers it as being of exquisite beauty, breathtaking in fact. But although they vow to go back and look at it again, no one ever does, until, wandering the galleries of the museum they happen to come upon it again.