" Headlong, ever on the wing. "--Samuel Taylor Coleridge- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - incapable draperyincisedlikeness to titleonly smokeobscuraerr or fixt(phant ephem)gummy rubbingshrankspace from pageviz editionetch'dless than wrestling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
this i liked;it made me a little bit sad, i don't know why,'haurasta'
yes, the acidic pages were brittle & fragile as you say & you see especially the one page with many holes.it is kind of sad, the erasure of print from the pages, even books are not permanent, there is a certain joy in the transitory nature of life,a song i heard once, maybe it was by Death in June, they sing: "the death of everything we love shall be a beautiful thing" & i find that irony to be true.
Kind of a wabi sabi quality:paper thinrip and rendleaf leafing leafless orpaper skinpatch and mendsheaf sheafing sheafless
paper thinrip and rendleaf leafing leafless orpaper skinpatch and mendsheaf sheafing sheaflessexcellent Stephen, exellent.thanx for the poem!
bindithoughts by Geof Huth, small bits relating to this post...
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