Beside the opposing contrast, of that which is organic and free-flowing as to that which is precisely contrived and highly structured, ideas of: 'we the people', 'democracy' and language are also at work here. While thinking of the ancient Greek civilization of Corinth, the craddle of Democracy, I also think of the language of the masses (not an unusual description of grafitti or tagging) and how a blood-red message of anger scrawled across a symbol of power might be a fortelling of the fall of a great civilization. The corinthian columns seem to culminate into what might be viewed as the point of a scribes writing instrument. Consider the possible symbolic meanings of the colors white and red in the above stated contexts.
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