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“Now sprigs are pricked by bursting buds, and threading the trees the wind’s weft skittles, drops and spurts again, rubbing along the ground to tease old leafings of skittering litter, scratching swirl…Between bettling sky and buxom earth — a mazed and frilling lightning flash! The eye bleaches and goes black. A far-off...

“The white-haired Ziusudra gazes dreaming out to sea. Above his white head, the tall palms dream also, Undulating slowly the green indolence of their leaves. The old man remembers Long days, long since, when he watched other waves Heaving like these, heaving onward eternally, Yet never breaking On any earthly shore; For earth...

“Ishtar cried out… Six days and seven nights the wind shrieked, the stormflood rolled through the land. On the seventh day of its coming the stormflood broke from the battle… The word sea grew quiet, the storm was still; the Flood stopped. All of humanity was turned to clay. I crouched, sitting, and wept. My...

Photograph and stop motion by Scott Beadles.Sumerian Cuneiform Tablet of Third Dynasty of Ur PJ3824 B33 From the Kenneth Lieurance Ott Collection donated to the Okanangan County Museum, Washington, now in the Rare Books collection, J. Willard Marriott Library, the University of Utah.Our thanks to Dr. Renee...

Everything Speaks In Its Own Way Sara Langworthy 2003 N7433.4 L355 E8 2003Printed from photopolymer plates and linoleum on blotters using a Vandercook press. Drum leaf binding. Edition of twenty copies. Rare Books copy is no. 14, signed by the author/bookmaker.New Patterns in Old Style Sara Langworthy Oxford, IA: Sara...