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Rift

I reach into a moment, through its
silver sheen, flexing around my arm
grasping against the laws, letting me
look like

+++++++++chilled mercury
the night convolving above us
as we walk through the parking lot
aligning the rifts in the asphalt
with the rifts in the sky
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Some Excerpts of Spatial Oases: adapted from Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s The Ocean World, V.1: OAISIS IN SPACE

All the water on earth makes up about only one-tenth of one percent of earth itself.In this diagram the black circles on the left represent 100 percent of the specified chemical found in ocean water. Circles on the right show the relative amount of the specified chemical in human blood compared to the ocean.A. / Pteropod. This wing-footed snail captures tiny animals in a-thick-mucus-net.

I. / Orca. The orca has been given an undeserved name—“the KILLER WHALE.” He is no more a killer than any other animal who must actively capture a meal.
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