exergue

By aporia pidgeon

June 28, 2010

Category: HoRS CaTeGoRie

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“The web was woven curiously

The charm is broken utterly,

Draw near and fear not — this is []

The Lady of Shalott”

Pidgeon (2010) ellipsis of Tennyson (1833) edition in light of Holman-Hunt (1905) revision

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3 Responses to “exergue”

  1. in aporia whilst spelling relevation

  2. the timing of our actions
    is the window to our soul:
    know here the sound
    of one hand clapping;
    the arrow carries forward
    and the target’s not our goal:
    nowhere the sound
    of one hand clapping;
    comparative advantage sports
    a player’s point of view:
    now hear the sound
    of one hand clapping;
    invisible abundance for
    all those who bow on cue:
    now here the sound
    of one hand clapping …

  3. […] previously (un)known, community […]

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