The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive

June 18, 2007

Fissures: two from the hole at the bottom of the world

"A fissure is surrounded by similarity. A fissure is the _breaks._
Things crumble on both sides; a fissure can't be sutured without a
degree of loss, spanning.

"Spanning is the establishment of a bridge, looking for the safety
of an anchorage. _Here,_ something is held in place. _Here,_ we
contract a vector among the cliffs, joining one to itself (where
one had been previously joined to itself)."

UFO: YouTube @ This is so easy
anyone might do it; here we're flying low over the exeunt from
Kennecott Copper Mine

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