mossmachinery

Philippines

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ink between the grooves of your fingerprints

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my fingertips are always stained with ink, they might as well be tattoos. 

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when the people leave, time comes to touch this place - excerpt

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The sun comes in dappled, filtered through the leaves of the towering trees.
The forest hums. A mechanical whir is paired with the thud-thud-thuds of metal toes as the rabbits bounce through the overgrown grass, their smooth, silver bodies reflecting when it catches the sunlight.
Glass insects flit through the air. Some fast, others slow, some still shattering as they smash against the old concrete ruins. Rainbow shards litter the ground with every crash. Some are found in the nests...

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Of Moss And Machine

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The machine rose without command, and its smooth, burnished surface reflected chaos. White coats fired shots as the machine brought itself higher still, closer and closer to the concrete that it had once viewed from so far away. 

Metal shattered the ceiling, sending to the ground masses of concrete that landed with a terrible thud. Bullets began to dent the shell that was made to be indestructible, and it could barely hear the birds calling. But the machine saw the...

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