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Bob Heman


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The idea that Sunday resembles a door, that the shore can be broken into men who can no longer float.



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Separates the number 6 from the word that describes the insects. Separates the color red from the carpet that was really a lawn. Separates the man from the woman who arrived too late to be counted. Separates the animals from the sign that explains their dimensions. Separates the sky from the buildings that rest upon it.



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There are doors, or there are no doors. There are bears, or there are no bears. There is an ear that is repeated and an eye that is not. Each time the man arrives they give him a different kind of name, one that allows the woman to pick him out of a crowd.



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There were doors that were repeated in each orange and pear and apple. There were windows in each bear they caught, and on top of every mountain. There was a word they were supposed to use but they didn’t understand. There was a color that was only used to describe their journey.



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The bird wore out while it was still filled with sound.



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The story always contained more vowels than adverbs, more owls than bears, more boats than trees. There was a building full of verbs they were not allowed to open, and a chair where only the seers could sit. The word placebo was more important than the word prophecy, than the color blue, than the number 5. Their names were only buses that were waiting for the rain to arrive.



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The bird was sewn shut without any explanation given.



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In the other game the colors were replaced with numbers, the man with a snake that was used for counting. In the other game the destination was always hidden from view.



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The man thinks that religion is only there to be used to his advantage. He uses spiders to explain the route he must take.



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Did not understand how it worked. The logic of it only an animal that had no bottom.



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Looks for a device that changes the giraffes, the owls, the canoes, that changes the sky so that it becomes too large to continue.



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On each side of the object there was a word that directed them to a different side.



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They rented enough trees to fill the lake, and enough bees to fill the locomotive.



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On the second day they learned how to fly. On the third day they learned how to pronounce the word wind.



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Thinks that the poem is part of a game they forgot how to play.


 
 
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