Book Wormery

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Notes:

1. Made on February 20th, 2021
2. Also available on youtube
3. In a 2-minute loop version
4. Instead of this infinite loop version
5. You might even be able to read the book titles there
6. If you’re so inclined

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Tale #132: The Cormorant In History

The cormorant was considered a crow for far longer than you’d really think was possible.

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Notes:

1. Written on April 1st, 2019

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Tale #69: The Swift

The swift is an entirely airborne bird. It feeds on moths and bees. It does not nest, and sleeps as it flies. Its feet never touch the ground.

A swift is born in the sky. Unlike other birds, swifts give birth to live young, and as they fall the wind wakes them. They must take wing before they hit the sea or else they will drown.

Even in death the swift remains aloft. Its dead body floats upon the warming air. Around it, clouds form, and it is as rain that it is returned to earth.

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Notes:

1. Written on July 23rd, 2018

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The Arctic Tern

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Notes:

1. Written on 7th November, 2012
2. It should say “if she wanted” on the moon page
3. But it’s a bit late to change it now

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