Great writin’ ain’t nuthin’ but a salad!

The composition of a good salad requires knowledge of herbs, their flavors and combined tastes, so too, does the composition of a good writing require a syncretism of linguistic blending, and the interweaving and overlapping of words. A good salad is made up of a combination of seasoned ingredients which conspire to please the palate; it is the dietary archetype of linguistic structuring which presides over the vocabulary and locutions to please the ear.