Powers Out

There’s a certain satisfaction that comes from holding something with no electronic parts.

Not necessarily something organic or biological, but something that just doesn’t function correctly on its own.

No battery.

No memory.

No warmth or heat without interaction.

And if you think about it, a lot of that stuff is connected to the creative side of being human.

Books. Records. Instruments. Pens. Brushes.

Maybe there’s something to all that.

Maybe there isn’t.

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