Posted by: shorelineclusterpoets | May 20, 2012

Museum of rain

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(“nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect”)

How does forever stay ahead of entropy?

Does e-mail from a secure server form healthier attachments?

Could curiosity about its eight remaining lives kill the cat sequentially?

If there are other sunglasses in the lost and found box with yours,
will you trade up?

Are memory and meaning divisible?

If we could see ourselves as others see us, could we see them
imagining how we imagine they see us?

Do the dust and the wind argue over who came first?

If you waved backward like the pope would you think backward too?

Is perfection unattainable or merely uninteresting?

When you take a photograph, do you steal the part of your soul
that was not looking though the viewfinder?

If we became more geographically centered would we develop
seismic intuition?

Wasn’t it just fine when “read” was a verb and “friend” was…

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