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 Obliquity of Eyebrow
The obliquity of eyebrow. A movement across the face in individuals suffering protracted aporia. Chief symptom: Contraction of “the grief muscles.” Orbitals against corrugators, corrugators against pyramidals. The eyebrow raising its tail but the inner end puckered. A fold at the bridge of the nose. Among melancholic subjects, the eyebrow kept persistently oblique. The condition at times performative, as if the eyebrow were the only path to the heaven of the skull.930
 Cephalic Index
30,000 invisible dots traveling from the camera. They loop the face in a sentient halo, each dot like the blue cartoon pins of an online map.
Columbus traced paradise in the bloody outline of his boot.
The face is the last parcel of that claim. Every smile a metered expression. Each dot a colony, rending its duty to crown.
The face we brought with us—a fist twisted between knots of skin.
No escape. Every morning a bird threading bright-red string through our center.
When the mesh fits around the face, a reckoning. At cheek, at chin. A sin once addressed to a doodling of cloud.
The mesh is bandage that absorbs the rupture.