Landscape and Portrait

Remus and Romulus

This was torn out of a larger sequence and as I mused in Portrait and Landscape the orientation of the lay out sometimes affects the texture of the reception. Here in blocks along the vertical:


woolf cries
over and over
above and over
over and over
under and ever
over and over

And an image of the horizontal layout: the howl pulsating at the same time as the woolf cries repeat over and over.

Poem Remus Romulus

Remus Romulus

If you know a little about the story of Remus and Romulus, you know that rival hills play an important aspect — not too much of a stretch from hills to separate stanzas.

And so for day 866

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