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THE MOOR DANCES

Mark Boccard

LITTLE LEAPING HANDCLAPS AND
L    E   A        D
L          I          PS
   T E L            L
LI      E              S A
L     E      G     CL    A D
IN THE DANCE FOR THAT IDEAL
 N   E A       R    T ID AL
I         C             E
   THE   N        HA   D
   T          O   H     EAL
I            F R        EAL
MOTIONS OF ECHOES IN RAVINES
M   O                  V  E
  T          H E         N
M  I N     E    S     AV  E
MO                   R    E
MO  ONS  F    O      R VINES
A LARGE CELLULOID PROPELLER THAT
  L      E                  T
A L       L       PROPE   R
A                  R           T
  L   E  E         R          AT
A       C      ID      L E     T
THE MACHINE AND THE GREAT EXPLOSIVES
T E  ACH      D   E   E     P
    M     E  N          T     O
T    A   N      TH    E        S  E
  E       E          R          I E
T      HI         E              VES
THE MECHANICAL NOISE OF SHRAPNEL
          I       S        A
    M           O         R   E
T    ECH NICAL
T               O    O         L
T      HAN  A     SE       A   L

 











Little leaping handclaps and lead lips tell lies. A leg clad in the dance for that ideal near tidal ice then had to heal. If real motions of echoes in ravines move, then mine save more moons for vines. A large celluloid propeller that let all proper art leer at acid let the machine and the great explosives teach deep men to tan these eerie thieves. The mechanical noise of shrapnel is a more technical tool than a seal.



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