Yesterday was National Punctuation Day in the U.S.A. and although I do not live in the US, I wrote this short ode to the Inverted Question Mark:

I am in love with the inverted question mark “¿”. It hangs like a light bulb, with such charisma and curves. It is but a mere symbol, however, a symbol so special to me. I am in love with this question mark, as it states the unraveling awkwardness of the world, a strange world in which I grew up in. ¿Is it true, my love, that a question should start with you? You represent a world with many languages, many signs, and many symbols. My inverted question mark, you represent change, beauty and awkwardness. My inverted question mark, you will always be my true undaunted love.

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2 thoughts to “An Ode to the Inverted Question Mark

  • Chris

    The upside down question mark rocks! Who hoo!

  • lemiffe

    Hahah thanks 🙂 I actually took a bit of inspiration in writing this from you, I remembered the emphasis you used to put on me using it every now and then.

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