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==Reinventing the Abacus==


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Her smile was shaped like other smiles -
The Dimples ran along -
And still it hurt you, as some Bird
Did hoist herself, to sing,
Then recollect a Ball, she got -
And hold upon the Twig,
Convulsive, while the Music broke -
Like Beads - among the Bog -
--Emily Dickison, 514

Reinventing the Abacus, silver, metals, plastics, woods, clay, stones, semi-precious stones, glass etc, 5"x5"x17" © 2001


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