Mark Cunningham, Summer 2017

 

[future word]

__________. 1. a person you notice by realizing that you rarely notice this person and whom you then cease to notice. 2. a geological period dating roughly 350-325 million years before the present, in which no major physical events or significant alterations to the life record has been preserved. 3. a response to something just said that starts, “At any rate. . . .”

 

[future word]

__________. 1. objects thought to result from the interaction between a strong bipolar outflow from a protostar and interstellar gas; they are among the least massive objects to have been detected outside the solar system. 2. the time of day when your shadow is exactly as long as your body is tall. 3. indecision as to whether a written letter should be single or double, as in “Elliot” or “Eliot” or “misspelled” or “mispelled”.

 

 

[future word]

__________. 1. a bumper sticker from a past election left on a car. 2. non-repetitive DNA that lies between transcribed sequences and has no apparent function except to separate other genetic elements.

 

 

 

Alphabetical Basho, a chapbook, is out on the Beard of Bees site. 71 Leaves, an e-book from BlazeVOX, is free to anyone curious enough to Google it.

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