Throw

Throw: to warp, twist, bind and cast so that it reappears in the distance; a form of projection of the self across space learned from the art of weaving; a feminine word first used with pride then twisted, in the sense of “throwing” an opponent or being “thrown off one’s feet,” into a dismissal of males using female energy. Nonetheless, the honour and power of the energy remains, and the word remains with which to honour and throw it.

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Shadows Thrown on a Wall by the Winter Sun

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