" I am that slip of the penin the demiurge's scrawl thatrefuses to be corrected "- Michael Brodsky. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .wherearthtongues treeroot from lungbr after branch (inch) anchseek seedwider ringcircumzenithal arcsk e r nsome raging rangebeyondarydeboned groveetched threshold" bud multiple new eye "myriad hardknota packed densityentangle veinsightly soiledair thru auroraeoval pole magneticterrella to nesteither ether or aerieamplitude & phaseextrema & extrema( The Waves of Translation )( The Waves of Translation )soft shootssheath chew(moist)swallowup whollydash to dash(ashes)- - - -
Sinä osaat tehdä sen töilläsi:herättää ajatuksia,tässäkinvalo ja varjopinnanmuodotjoku mihin pudota,joku mihin kiivetäkaunista, salaperäistä, kiehtovaa...
kiitos Satu!= )ajajajatuksiakuva pistekirjoituksenaja valo ja varjo ja varjo ja valo.
brail b'rail b'rain rain bullet gullet
Such very lovely new pieces, shadows as ink.
slate & stylustactile writetouch to tipsoutside inkshade of langcell'd to binary bitraise papertopp'd w/ dots:."...New York Point is much harder for me to read than American braille. It wears my reading finger more to travel over letters three dots wide and two high as they are in New York Point than over letters two dots wide and three high as they are in American braille. Also, it is a most trying task to decipher many letters which I get in New York Point. The writers evidently have trouble either with the system or the machine. Of the letters I receive in the two systems, a far larger proportion are well written in American braille. I note, too, that in the great world of the blind New York Point is a provincialism. The machines for it are made only in New York, and write only New York Point. On the other hand, machines for braille are made in Germany, France, England and America. I have owned American and German braillewriters which place me in communication with people all over the world. I am sure that in all important respects American braille is superior to New York Point because it meets completely the needs of capitalization, punctuation, legibility and physical ease of reading. With high regards, I am Respectfully yours, (signed) Helen Keller
Lunar and bridal.
:moon alphabetmoon literacymoon-writer:
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