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15 May 2010

A silent fall of immense snow


He moved

forward a few

fine chattering gems.

He knew exactly who would

now sneeze calmly through an open
door. Had there been another year


of peace the battalion would have made
a floating system of perpetual drainage.


A silent fall of immense snow came near oily
remains of the purple-blue supper on the table.


We drove on in our old sunless walnut. Presently
classical eggs ticked in the new afternoon shadows.


We were instructed by my cousin Jasper not to exercise by country
house visiting unless accompanied by thirteen geese or gangsters.


The modern American did not prevail over the pair of redundant bronze puppies.
The worn-out principle is a bad omen which I am never glad to ransom on purpose.




By Jim. This is a Snellen chart (used to test eyesight) taken from the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties, 2007.

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