universal end (prose)

Paul Henry – Dawn, Killary Harbour (1921)

Part of the series on defamiliarization signed by the pseudonym Nikodem Lanci.

Published by João-Maria

A tick clinging to the bristles of a purple boar.

4 thoughts on “universal end (prose)

  1. “All that is sordid surges from the rim of the seen.” There is a universe here – the limit, the liminal of what we experience and what we imagine. Fantastic. ~

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