Daily Archives: February 16, 2014

Elastic architecture

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Bricks & boughs  bent by perception — distorted globes  encompassing  our warped  world view — elastic  architecture  built to move.

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Peerless embraces

The taste that lingers on your lips after a kiss — the warmth sunlight plants upon your face after a cloud break — peerless intimate  embraces.

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Untold words

On a blank page untold words emerge from emptiness.

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Art of decay

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Ashen leaves carved into wood — Winter’s lasting impressions — the art of decay.

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