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An Inflated Ball (The Scheme Of Currency)

A hollow ball floats downstream gracefully from bank to bank, suspended free from attachments like ice-cream scoops in soft drinks. This is the scheme of currency: It fluctuates at a fixed rate, great interest hovers sweetly, as the world economy … Continue reading

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Crystalline Course

A castle divides into rock into sand, into silt, into dust given silicon inertness carried by the wind to spits, bars, dunes and breaches as wave upon wave crash upon the abrasion pattern’s surface. James Dye is currently an undergraduate … Continue reading

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