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    Wednesday, November 22, 2006

    occipital

    Occipital bone

    we are all immovably joined together

    situated at back

    never crowned but downward leaning.

    A base a support system

    pierced by an oval aperture,

    protection is a hole

    then

    the foramen magnum, through which

    we communicate

    a hub of activity

    you dive into the core of nerves, accessorize and attach to a ligament

    a core, a pierced hole

    also called base of the skull

    1 Comments:

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    nice blend

    5:27 PM  

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