slowly the moons swims away
and the sun once again bursts forth
Images from a visit to South Works, a former US Steel plant in Chicago that began operations in 1857 and officially collapsed in 1992.
. . . way to detour around things in a system that values the fate of contrivance.
Some words should be said more than once for their
effect, river river. Said once, it quickly shivers and stops.
Seconded, it begins to flow.
–C.D. Wright, “In a Word, a World”
All the light we cannot see