Saturday, December 17, 2011

(it is our messiness that holds us together, OR this is how a heron builds its home)

"A newly built heron nest is nothing more than a few dozen twigs arranged in the crotch of a tree, a platform about 18 inches wide and so flimsy one can count the eggs from the ground. Over the years, as the birds add sticks that become glued together with gallons of guano, the nest grows into a massive structure solid enough to hold a man."

First: Gathering Times.
Tree's limbs spreading for the tribe. 
Shit, the glue that binds. 

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