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Dust, Surfaces

By: Caroline D (School of Earth and Environmental Sciences)
Competition Year: 2018
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The sun enters from
the East

A road is red
in front

You write symbols in the dirt
Greek letters to explain

How a Mobius strip is all
Surface

as is graphene
which- also- forms the
onion-like
layers of atmospheric soot.

We breathe this soot as a procession of
cars pass
kicking up dust and exhaust.
Drivers and passengers on their

own quest
In their own dream
That means the world to them.

On the same red road
all surface
Would there be anything there when

they arrive?

You continue until the road tilts
in front of you

And ahead there is writing in the dirt
thin lines hieroglyphic

sketched to
explain the surface of a Mobius strip
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