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Feb 25 '14
"Alas! how little does the memory of these human inhabitants enhance the beauty of the landscape!"

Henry David Thoreau

"Alas! how little does the memory of these human inhabitants enhance the beauty of the landscape!"

Henry David Thoreau

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Feb 16 '14

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Feb 1 '14

Emblem (teaser)

A shooting star grazes the orange rust aura of a bright lit skyline
Towering immobiles stretched to the heavens
Reaching vehement for babols infamous legend
Infinite distance impresses to stand between gazer and gazed

A golden apple gated by gradients of anecdotes
A catalog of captured instances
We lift the dwarf from our shoulders
To ascend our highest peak
A moment becoming the afterburn of atmospheric particles leading impressions into awe struck observers
Cementing emblematic entropy to an event horizon hanging like a halo
over cradled civilization.

Tags: poem 51ave

Feb 1 '14

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Jan 31 '14

Jan 31 '14

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Jan 28 '14
Trying to make real images look more imagined.

Trying to make real images look more imagined.

Jan 27 '14

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Jan 27 '14

Jan 27 '14

Mellifluous

    “You should read Spanish,” he said. “It is a noble tongue. It has not the mellifluousness of Italian, Italian is the language of tenors and organ-grinders, but it has grandeur: it does not ripple like a brook in a garden, but it surges tumultuous like a mighty river in flood.”

1915, W.S. Maugham, “Of Human Bondage”

Tags: noble languages

Jan 26 '14

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Jan 25 '14
Were done here

Were done here