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It would have to be beautiful and hard as steel and make people ashamed of their existence.

from La Nausée by Jean-Paul Sartre

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Floating House by Paulette Phillips
(credit: paulette-phillips.ca)

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from Headland of Dreams series by Julien Mauve
(credit: julienmauve.com)

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Arm of God by Mitch Dobrowner
(credit: mitchdobrowner.com)

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from Refuge series by Devi Kashyap
(credit: cargocollective.com/devi)

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by Isabelle Wenzel
(credit: isabelle-wenzel.com)

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386.

I see floating seagulls
a few feet below, unfailing and quiet against
the cars that speck their background; one dares
and drifts to eyes’ level, hovering
in muddy darkness, a scar of gray paint
on black canvas. For a moment, a sort of peace
is salvaged from the beauty. But the floor moves,
a wind that’s cold in June stings my eyes, and lights
below seem an array of stars.

excerpt from “Being from Clinton, Oklahoma and Visiting the Empire State Building in June, at Night” by Cory Brown

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