SHELL: Object of the tied; a mouth peace huddled & whis purring in the see. A sfear from the Tree of Blablablabla. SWET: A sore sore ress come-pass shares itself to the west, the east, the north in the wether of feeling. HALF OF HER HAYR: The pail clarity of gray stir- ands, as yung as they are anshent, as black as they are why-t; inside & out, as red as they are dark. THE OTHER HALF: It feels hole. BRAYDS: The bush-is flow-ering, flow-ering: a living vy-n. BACK: To give a-gen, it lays itself to rest. INTIMATE DISTANCE: Ele-ven ele-ven ele-ven ele- ven ele-ven ele-ven eleven; it speaks of the ple jure of being alie-v: of brayds & being brayded. THUNDER: Yes-yes-yes-yes.