to the shores of Tripoli.......... Owen carried his sheets of slides with him everywhere he went.
smooth pieces of sculpture......... His work was mostly metal and wood constructions.
white bandages...... Very often, metal vegetable matter was superimposed on natural disasters carved and painted in wood -
the holes that the woodpeckers made...................... A bronze artichoke lay, forinstance, on the wooden aftermath of the Loma Prieta earthquake.
the sound of water......... cold pineapple juice................................
cold water......................
brown grass on the hills... a flowered dress.............. a glass of beer................. the red mountains............................... low flying planes............. the smell of green grass.... warm stones by the river......................... a red front door................ under the eves of the porch........................ a beehive fireplace............................ the smell of the leather couch.................... the colors of the pillows....................... an unappetizing tank top...................... a cutting board.......... hand carved napkin rings......................... sopapillas...................... mustard colored tiles............... the sound that the lizards made.............. our marguaritas..............................

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