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By Amanda Auchter
I am a dark spot against myself.
I nest in the exposure,
on the round mouth of the lens,
and behind it, you.
My face is a topography--
negative profile and shadowed,
here a river, here a road,
fixed set of scars and parts.
Snap the shutter, I come undone.
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Document last modified on: 09/25/2005