2 thoughts on “Poison Ore Heart in Everyday Genius

  1. “It was then the memory of the poison ore heart came to us, suddenly and in a dream. The heart had fed us with flames until it was so weak it was no longer worth defending, always-halving but never-ending, like an old and dying sun.”

    Good writing in the piece, Berit. Congratulations on its publication.

    1. I’m very happy to hear you liked it!

      Thank you so much for all your comments and feedback that you’re giving. I appreciate it a lot!

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