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Facsimile of Life (Part 2).

An imperfect copy
To destroy nature’s bounty
Wails that I never get it quite right.
To a razor-edged white mountain

Ten thousand fingers trace out a present… 47 more words


Facsimile of Life (Part 1).

Over the next seven days I will publish this poem in seven different ways, seeing how the lines can be chopped and changed to give variations of the same meaning. 170 more words



Feigned, how valuable is the weighted-in-precision adoration?
Among brilliant stars, the perennial sparkle ponders is the best.
Carved even, the confoundable oeuvre will lose any worthy contest. 50 more words



Fiona looks at me with such a mixture of fealty and hope, I’m struck by how incompletely humane I am, how artificial. Stagehands use gel sheets on concert lights for visual effect, in this vein I colour my thoughts, sliding the idea of appropriate emotion in place. 55 more words


Prizes! Birch Bark Containers.

This is the first post of a group of posts about the prize objects that I made earlier this year for a lucky Young Archaeologists’ Club Branch. 547 more words