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Bob Heman


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Exits exist.



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The difference between the cessation of desire and the destruction of the nest itself.



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Had a plan for the woods. And a plan for the bears. And a plan for the woman who lived with the bears. Had a plan for the dock where the boats never came. And a plan for the rabbit. And a plan for the rain. Had a plan for the man who was stuck to the road. And a plan for his boots. And a plan for the toad. Had a plan he remembered before he forgot. Had a plan and then he did not.



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Remembers the street he could not find again and the lighthouse there that was too small to be filled with light.



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The mirror only a toy once it is removed.



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A picture of a horse is not a cow. But neither is it a horse. It can be cut out and placed in places a horse would never go. They can even make it speak.



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Each machine measured by the amount of liquid it displaces. Each animal measured by the kind of color it leaves behind.



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Uses a compass to tell time and a glass to make the water float. Uses a bee to change the woman and a snail to change the cabinet. Uses the machine without ever turning it on.



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The man scratches and the others move away. The door they find cannot be used. Each of the men has only one side. That is why they always seem to be going away.



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Took the shoes with them, but left the machine behind. Took the water with them, but left the banana behind. Took the lens with them, but left the beard behind.



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Listens to the room closing around the deer. Listens to the bears being painted. Listens to the machine that was never finished. Listens to the plants being pulled from the ground.



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The machine had no moving parts. The woman was only a rumor. The man was taught a simple game that he played over and over again. The trees were part of the song that kept returning.



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Allows the door to continue. Breaks the mountain in half. Lifts the darker clouds into the tree.



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The bridge crosses the river in a different place each time. The boat visits each of the states only once. The man wears the old wings because he was not given a new pair.



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The bears were sentenced. Each was attached to a verb and made to approach a different meaning or innuendo. There were also adverbs and adjectives they were sometimes allowed to touch.



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Has walls and streets that can be rearranged. The winter is allowed to enter from only one side. The hunter a description of what could be fabricated if they had the time.



Bob Heman lives in New York where he gathers all kinds of information. He edits CLWN WR.

 
 
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