Published 30.05.2018 on subject English by TThomas

Iron and steel do not tangle like thread, cord, or rope. Perhaps chain tangles like logs, and words like jam or snag would be better to describe what happens when links twist out of line and chains of different gauge twine like tresses. Wood has water to propel them part of their way. Professional handlers have winches and pulleys and special vehicles to transport piles like the one the man now dragged up the slightly inclining driveway.

What does the manic tone of this excerpt from “'Agua Viva,' A Sculpture by Alfred Gonzalez” convey