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NeverEnding Story: One Man’s Maple Moon: Place of No Memory Tanka by A A Marcoff

One Man’s Maple Moon: Place of No Memory Tanka by A A Marcoff

English Original

I have come
to a place
of no memory —
white butterflies,
pure breeze, light

Presence, 55, 2016

A A Marcoff

Chinese Translation (Traditional)

我到訪
一個沒有留存記憶
的地方 —
白蝴蝶,
清風,陽光

Source: NeverEnding Story: One Man’s Maple Moon: Place of No Memory Tanka by A A Marcoff

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Digital Neuroland & the Assemblage Brain | Deterritorial Investigations

Source: Digital Neuroland & the Assemblage Brain | Deterritorial Investigations

Fish recognise friends and foes through their unique faces | New Scientist

Roberto Nistri/Alamy Stock Photo

“Fish are generally lowly regarded,” says Ken Collins of the University of Southampton, UK. “One example is the widespread but false notion that goldfish only have a 3-second memory.”

However, much like mammals, fish “can have complex lives and consequently need a number of cognitive abilities with which to carry out a range of behaviours”.

Source: Fish recognise friends and foes through their unique faces | New Scientist

A Longhouse Birdhouse: JOHN BERGER ~

Source: A Longhouse Birdhouse: JOHN BERGER ~

Her Private Papers – M Train by Patti Smith | The New York Review of Books

obrien_1-102215_jpg_600x649_q85Patti Smith, New York City, early 1970s; photograph by Judy Linn

M Train by Patti Smith |NYRB

Louise Glück – “First Memory”

Long ago, I was wounded. I lived
to revenge myself
against my father, not
for what he was–
for what I was: from the beginning of time,
in childhood, I thought
that pain meant
I was not loved.
It meant I loved.

Dana Gioia Poetry As Enchantment | The Dark Horse

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