aftershock

Aftershock

aftershock a few quick melting snowflakes

paul conneally

march 2011

n(t) = frac {k} {(c+t)^p}

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One thought on “aftershock

  1. wabi sabi here in fistfullsthe poem can be read on so many levels especially in the aftermath of the japanese earthquake but even without thatthanksJD

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