Lack of contact

The hand doesn’t touch the wall, there is no contact. The particles are forced through releasing pressure. Maybe that is why it doesn’t have the same depth. Things just fall into place. They aren’t pushed or manipulated. There is a distance and it goes further into the world. Printing though has power. My nonsense only goes so far. But it lacks something also. It lacks contact. Printing though can take more preparation and time. The other missing element is time. The less time the better. The less contemplation. The less contact. What gets lost is the power. That always has to go somewhere else.

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