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“leviathan”

Taken from a passage of Moby Dick, "leviathan" was a 300 foot long path of crushed coal. The text was laid on top of the coal in clear ground glass. Left for the length of a summer exhibition, the words slowly dissolved, mingling with the black coal bedding.
Bill Schuck

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ceres
confines
contrails
crystalizations
dispersals
leviathan
my mind lies
nothing is
Np
on a precipice
osmose
passage
polarizations
reclamation
sometime
surge
time is
traces of euclid
when fire turns to rain
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