Atop the bank building, the green windows gleam, like the eyes of a billionaire, in the basket of a guillotine.
An atom’s a negation, it’s uncuttable.
Although decades have passed all those moments exist still, like stones in the ocean that even unseen will determine the flow of the water.
Elliot Sperber is a writer, geographer, and theorist. Originally from Los Angeles, he lives in New York City with his wife and daughter.
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