He was looking at the beech hedge trying to work out what line he should take in trimming the hedge. There was a light wind blowing through the trees above him. He was becalmed by the house to the north of him and the high hedges. Still the wind hissed. He heard the sound of the sword passing through the air before he noticed the woman moving through the brown leaves on the other side of the beech hedge. Imaginary enemies falling to the ground as the sword cut and passed through their bodies. The beech hedge was mostly on her side of the border between the two houses. He wondered if the tip of the sword was moving faster than sound.

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actually i like the way we bump into one another, collide…usually collisions result in nothing. Occasionally it ends up with something new… collision, also called impact, in physics, the sudden, forceful coming together in direct contact of two or more bodies, such as, for example, a stream of water, two cars in a street, a water fall eroding, billiard balls, the westerly wind causing a tree to grow away from the wind, a plastic bat and a ball, a hammer and a screw head, two people writing on social media whose ideas crash into one another, a book pushed through a letter box, or a falling object and a floor, electrons falling colliding. How perfect to see the meteor collide with the air…

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difference/indifference, singularities, philosophy , text, atonality, multiplicities, equivalence, structure, constructivist, becoming unmediatized