Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Ellipsis Juggling

Ellipsis juggling, the most difficult trick in the repertoire. A juggling of what’s not there, what’s lost, left out, erased, or forgotten. And the juggler must keep each of the three elements perfectly in line with a ground that he cannot see, like black holes precisely aligned in empty space and yet parallel with the curved horizon of a distant earth.

Inspired by Craig Conley's Annotated Ellipses

1 comment:

Eccentric Scholar said...

I'm flabbergasted! :-)