/ sometime-else practice.
/ 以後, 練習室
/ housekeeping by marilynne robinson
design : 陳吉寶 di-chun chen
print : risograph
The rising of the spring stirred a serious, mystical excitement in him, and made him forgetful of her. He would pick up eggshells, a bird’s wing, a jawbone, the ashy fragment of wasp’s nest. He would peer at each of them with the most absolute attention, and then put them in his pocket, where he kept his jackknife and his loose change. He would peer at them as if he could read them, and pocket them as if he would own them. This is death in my hand, this is ruin in my breast pocket, where I keep my reading glass. At such times he was as forgetful of her as he was of his suspenders and his Methodism, but all the same it was then that she loved him best, as a soul all unaccompanied, like her own.
⦿ housekeeping / marilynne robinson
⦿ 管家 / 瑪莉蓮‧羅賓遜