snowflakes and pomegranates

As a snowflake alighted on his sleeve, Kepler paused, considering the unequivocal six-fold symmetry. The delicate, ephemeral balance between absolute, almost divine geometrical precision, and complete randomness. A fleeting solid form, bridging the vaporous cumuli of winter with the thawing rivers of spring. 

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Liberty Lawson
Odiseo Issue 10: Utopia and Dystopia

We had tamed the grasses, but floods and droughts would test us, and we grew tired of falling to our knees to beg for her mercy. We came to realise that our Mother Nature wasn't Eden, she was Eve. Primordially disobedient. Beyond our control. And so, we began to weed her out. 

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Liberty Lawson