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NURIT ZARCHI : Suppose
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NURIT ZARCHI
Suppose

Suppose there’s a tree in the tree’s navel and in the home’s navel a home. and a mum bird sits there waiting, who would provide her a voice. give her a navel, a paries who’s voice is dripping from the tip of his thumbs? Have to admit the world is objectless, the tree is treeless, the home is homeless, and the cry-nut giggle to its feet.

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NURIT ZARCHI from her book Timegrass, Carmel Publishers. Translated by Gili Haimovich, 2016.


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