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March 15, 2013 / Fantelius

A Bouquet for Decay


We hear the phrase ”To big to fail” echo down from heights of wealth and power.
An opposite phrase heard for centuries stated, ”The bigger they are the harder they fall.”
Which phrase is right?

We call upon some strands of grass to make a comment.
A couple of tree seeds have something to say as well.
A group of simple flowers smiles politely and asks the exposed bricks for its opinion.
The bricks claim that they don’t have time to deal with such trivial questions.
At the mention of time, the grass, seeds and flowers giggle in the breeze.



“Our ability to perceive 170 thousand years*
equals the ability of mice to perceive the size of the earth.”
(*The span of Homo sapiens existence.)
Dartwill Aquila

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