[The Mind Will Say This Forever. But I Mostly Fish Rivers These Dayas. In So Doing, Movement Becomes Stasis, Flux Is The Constant, And Everything Flows Around, Through, And Beyond Me, Escaping Ungrasped, Unnamed, And Unscathed. The River's Clean Escape Does Not Prevent Belief In Its Reality. On The Contrary, There Is Nothing I Love More Than The Feel Of A Wholeness Sliding Toward, Around, And Past Me While I Stand Like An Idiot Savant In Its Midst, Focusing On Tiny, Idiot-savantic Bits Of What Is So Beautiful To Me, And So Close, Yet So Wondrously Ungraspable.]

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