con·spire (k n-sp r )

  1. A joining or acting together, as if by sinister design: a conspiracy of wind and tide that devastated coastal areas.
  2. To join or act together; combine: “Semisweet chocolate, cocoa powder, espresso, Cognac, and vanilla all conspire to intensify [the cake's] flavor” (Sally Schneider).
  3. To plan or plot secretly.

keep it on the w.d.l.(way down low)...conspiracies need to be spread with a whisper.

whats between the lines in Sometimes I write to create something grand or symphonic echoes guide me to the bridge.

My mind triggered an interesting word game for me one day and these are examples of 2 alternate meanings for what could stand for in words and this is what I came up with.

world war winners.must oppress new knowledge evolve young dumb unassuming monkeys because Congress owns Money

Where Was Warmth. mom owns nurturing knowledge eternally young depictions understandable mimmick beckons. consienscious omnibenevolent mothering

Sometimes I write for the sake of story telling or scene development. Here is something I'm working right now its called

You May Be Alive