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Fish Out of Water

Giant Mekong Catfish designed by Mizuno Ken. Advertisements

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It’s A Shark

Shark designed by Fernando Gilgado: http://www.pajarita.biz/aep/nacionales/espa1-3.pdf More pictures here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skyraftwanderer/

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Heron (3 poems)

Against emerald leaves white and gray still by waters edge ~~~ White and gray silent by waters edge. Streak of black, flash of yellow. Splash of water, struggling fish. ~~~ Muted gray, stark white, darkest black, flashing yellow patiently studying … Continue reading

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Poems (Park Series)

Tree by the shore Arcing over the water, hanging branches blanket the water. Sunlight filters through the leaves, ivy coiled around the trunk. Blue Tit Blue and yellow, flaring and fading, between drooping branches and waters edge. Water Water stewn … Continue reading

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The City of Rei

Supposedly cities require strong foundations which is why they occur on dry land. Thanks to their complex infrastructure, gargantuan structures and vast space they need to be built on solid ground. But the city of Rei wanted to be a … Continue reading

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Catfish (Poem, Two Fragments)

Note: The first piece will appear both in poem and fragment format. They will both consist of the same content. Poem The winds gentle gusts cause leaves and petals to flutter down onto the water’s surface   fragmenting the creeks … Continue reading

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The City of Trout Fishing In America

The city formerly known as Joyce did not like its previous appearance. Its classical architecture frustrated Joyce’s residents on a spectacular level. The modern part of the city annoyed Joyce’s residents also, so they hated that as well. They even … Continue reading

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Sky Raft Wanderer

There is a fisherman who lives by a river. He lives in a small hut. His possessions number a small boat, a net, some clothes, some books and a wide-brimmed hat. He fishes for trout. The fisherman doesn’t catch a … Continue reading

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God (But not as you know it)

The nature of God has been discussed and debated for eons. He/she/it has had many forms, many different characteristics and has had its existence defended, doubted and denied. Well, a God does exist, but not as we know it. God … Continue reading

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