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Dominic Gualco

01 Aug Dominic Gualco

IT WAS GOOD

 

Recently I’ve learned
that some things I heard as a child,
which formed much of my perspective,
were lies; like that a person’s head
is the same size
from birth until death.

 

FOR OPTIMISM IN ART

 

People keep talking about the distance
between atoms, but let me tell you something:
I don’t buy it. Every car on the freeway is touching
in some long-winded way. Take you
and I right now, we have engaged in the most vulnerable connection
of atoms, an undetectable pathway
between neurons.

 

Dominic Gualco is from Sacramento, California. He is the author of the space between knucklebones (Scrambler Books, forthcoming). His work has been featured at Hobart, Big Lucks and elsewhere.

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