atashitte honto baka

“I need a permit to collect Cambridgea reinga on public land”, a pictorial poem.

The grail is

.

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In there.

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Roughly

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speaking roughly.

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Somewhere.

Somewhere.

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And

Cerberus rears  

its      ugly    head(s).

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Twelve apostles and 

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cr3a

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Everyone an Iscariot

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The lonely booth

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                                   ring-rings 

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“This is Judgement. Your call” 

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“is important to us but”

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“your princess”

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“is in another castle”

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“Still”

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“Please leave a message”

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*BEEP*

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“I’m a student at the University of Auckland. I’m doing a PhD in spider geology and or botany”

The end.

References

Vink, C.J., Fitzgerald, B.M., Sirvid, P.J., & Dupérré, N. (2011). Reuniting males and females: redescriptions of Nuisiana arboris (Marples 1959) and Cambridgea reinga Forster & Wilton 1973 (Araneae: Desidae, Stiphidiidae). Zootaxa, 2739, 41-50.

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