Category: Geneology

Kitchen 3: Cereal Polygamy

The first wife buried the second wife on the other side of the cemetery.

… and the moon comes up as the moon
(All its images are in the dump) and you see
As a man (not like an image of a man),
You see the moon rise in the empty sky.

Wallace Stevens, “The Man on the Dump”

Helaman Hall, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

The Bowl: Deep, but not too deep. Copious. But not too big so as to make your cereal seem small in the space provided. White. Artificial colors look so much brighter against pure white.

The Conversation in my Head: “Crunchberries fit into a food group.”

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