Book Burning 3: Derision
Here’s one more burnt book. I love that the word “derision” is almost the only legible word. I love the texture that the wet book took on as it dried. But mostly, I love that it reminds me of a chrysanthemum in full bloom. If, you know, chrysanthemums were made of paper and were charred and wet from a fire and were in black and white.
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Well, burnt books were good images for you!
Yes, they were…it was never a subject I’d thought about, either, until the possibility was right there in front of me.
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