First the static, gray and white and endlessly in motion, dynamic and flat, so much going on with maybe no work from anyone. It’s just the tops of trees in early winter, the ends of branches thrashing in a windstorm. A cloud of gnats. The gray of the water of a restless lake, and it’s a cloudy day, and there’s rain on the water, and the drops explode the water’s surface, and that’s it...
Cover Page Footnote
Origins was originally published at Booth.
Booth: Vol. 7
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/booth/vol7/iss1/3