Underpinned

oldManWrinkles1

Underpinned

He had an ingenious face. Worn
and weathered, as if subsidence
had undermined the strength
of his thoughts. I was transfixed,
and could only hope that I might
underpin his various weaknesses.

 

 

Found and remixed text from
“Bleak House” by Charles Dickens

 

 

 

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