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July 1, 2013

KAIROS: Crow stalks about in the grass, poking, ruminating, rooting and pulling forth tendrils from the earth. These seemingly have no end and hang from beak and collect on the grass, limply coil with a dull grey sheen, and, after a time, restless crow exchanges this one for the next. This exercise repeats itself until the lawn is littered with bundles discarded by the probing crow, forever in search of the new and interesting, forever unhappy with what it bring forth from the ground.

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