The Lark
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The Lark

They Are Married to the Sea

Poetry

Long lonely nights and a reverence for the sea,
they sought comfort in each other’s arms,
an understanding that could only come from a lust for life — grasped — from having an appreciation of nature and the comfort that can come from being in another’s arms, embedded within, for there, as in nature, they are naked, exposed, and vulnerable. They know the fragility of life and its tenuous grip, and so they…

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Amae

Interested in people, nature, science and technology, and history. MSc in Research Methods (Birkbeck), MA Industrial Design (UAL)