Ruminations on Loss, Life, and Abundance

“Put your ear to her flank and you will hear the tide of her four stomachs. When she falls sick and lacks the will to chew her four stomachs fall silent as a hive in winter…each year more animals depart; only pets and carcasses remain” (Berger, Why Look at Animals?). I've alluded to the catastrophic… Continue reading Ruminations on Loss, Life, and Abundance

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