Structural Anthropomorphism

© Matthew Word Bain

buildings with character return my gaze
as I look back on the ground I’ve covered
and ponder the possibilities of my return
always asking the place I’m in to guide me
and counting on characters like these
to advise me on local culture
and perhaps invite me in
to the singular experiences
only locals can provide

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purveyor of stochastic resonance | pilgrim of blur | describing diaphaneity by means of ambiguity | https://www.patreon.com/matthewwordbain

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Matthew Word Bain

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purveyor of stochastic resonance | pilgrim of blur | describing diaphaneity by means of ambiguity | https://www.patreon.com/matthewwordbain

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