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naturally occurring phenomenon

The Subject

Rainbows galore. They infiltrated my neural network this week. 

The Method 

It’s not an abecedarian sequence but like it. Treating the rainbow like a mosaic or visual found poetry, I found instances of each color in photographs I already had. There are different textures (you can see) and magnifications (not as clear to you). I prescribed verse by limiting words to those that describe the larger supposed-to-be-hidden-to-you subject of each photograph. The Red is an eye patch, the Orange, a steering wheel on a toy train, etc. 

The Objective

Visual magnification as an experiential proxy for uncertainty within an experimental box of hues laid out in the order of a naturally occurring optical/meteorological phenomenon overlaid with the resonant illogicity of human language. 

OR

We belong in this world and this world belongs to us. 

By TEGD

I write abecedarian sequences

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