January 16, 2011 § 2 Comments
No one can describe a Fragment because nobody has ever seen a whole one. Some people claim they even change form every time they’re spotted. They are very tricky and mischievous. They like to confuse people and rob them of clarity. They have been spotted all over the world.
In folklore it’s rumored that Fragments used to be called Sentences. Their greed made them so large that they couldn’t make sense of the world, so Madhyama ate their souls for breakfast and now Fragments live a cursed existence.
 One of the four Goddesses of language.
1. A phrase or clause written as a sentence but lacking an element, as a subject or verb, that would enable it to function as an independent sentence in normative written English.