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Whirr & Click
Micheline Maylor
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Whirr & Click

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Paperback, 80 pages
Published August 20th 2013 by Frontenac House (first published March 1st 2013)
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“I walk back and forth past the bird one hundred and twenty-two times. I think of you and me, us, this elegant architecture called bird. Belly-up, beak to the north, wings splayed to the poles he disintegrates daily. In two days, his eyes are sockets, in four days, his under-feathers scatter to the east. The gentle wind detonates a downy bomb on still, green grass only a few stray flight-feathers cling to the skeleton” 1 likes
“becoming Lakshmi. Twenty-fingered wanting. My toe skimmed the lake. Absentminded. The sun already legendary above. I want to apologize to you, ripple, you were yielding when my lack of presence was offensive. My violating foot ignoring your unforgettable touch. I want you to know, I am sorry I did not bend reverent to you, goddess of the element. And if you let me back into you, all attention will be on the wet, slow slosh of the swim,” 0 likes
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