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Two harbours inverted on glass,
one offering salt
one offering water.

Trade passes both ways.

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Ask not what you can do to poetry, but what poetry can do to you.


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by londongrey

Bracken
I like what you've got, though it's short and I'm not sure I'm catching everything you're intending to convey.

Why trading salt and water? I get the sense you're implying a delta where fresh water meets the ocean? Or perhaps a salt shaker and a water glass on a diner table? Salient thoughts -- I wish you'd expand on them.

( Posted by: hazelfaern [Member] On: December 5, 2004 )

Hazel and Lucie
Thank you for commenting.

Hazel I meant the harbour and its own reflection, it is up to you which one provides salt and which provides water.

Hope that makes sense.

Alex xx

( Posted by: londongrey [Member] On: December 14, 2004 )

.:almost a haiku:.
very ingenious imagination. I think of inverse mirrors and virtual math. I think you are nearing the haiku wiring stage.

( Posted by: Teflon [Member] On: December 16, 2004 )





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