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Zachary Schomburg

Let’s not look directly at what is meant to be loved in secret. Let’s, for example, imagine the sea is always, constantly, and forever spilling toward us, that our screaming building is  something worth escaping. — Zachary Schomburg, from “Building of Unseen Cats,” Fjords Vol. 1. (Black Ocean; 1st edition March 6, 2012)

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