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{Thursday, February 10, 2005}

From the New World Dictionary of the English Language (forthcoming, French Press):
to tear (tore, torn)
to ewe (owe, own)
to wear (war, warn)

plumed @ 11:26 AM | 1 comments


{Monday, February 07, 2005}

Glass War

Happiness suspends the metal, and the spoon will stir the liquid to dispatch the caravane of leaves. I drink only light through a straw. Let's watch their army rise and settle: rake it in the morning.

Sometimes you call because you wake from a nightmare. The window still frames the uncertainty of the fall: whatever you don't swallow, I plant in the soil.

You said, some words should not be set apart in the dictionary.

plumed @ 11:07 PM | 1 comments


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