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|Creators: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Non-Member Artist (Inspiration), Non-Member Author(s)|
|Warsailors carve bone and ivory to pass the time.|
|Posted: 08/26/11 [No comments yet]
~ 98 words.|
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Knife and bone and ink and brineAuthor's Notes
Start with nothing, smooth and plain
Call up memories and pain --
You have yours and I have mine.
This poem came out of the July 2011 Muse Fusion. It was inspired by a prompt from LJ user xjenavivex. It can be sponsored for $5 or 5 Torn World credits.
Warsailors protect Torn World shipping from the threat of sea monsters. They carve bone and ivory into beautiful scrimshaw, often illustrating memorable encounters.
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