Dictee - Terpischore: Choral Dance Summary & Analysis

Theresa Hak Kyung Cha
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Terpischore: Choral Dance Summary

The person addressed remains dismembered with the belief that the magnolia blooms white even on seemingly dead branches. She remains apart from the congregation. She waits during its chaste, silent, dark conception. She waits for the silence to break. She shivers just as the flower bursts and scatters suddenly. There is no retreat, movement or sound. There is no access to sight inside the atmosphere. The air is thick, heavy and inert without the knowledge of its enduring. It does not wait because it has no knowledge of wait. It is full and cannot contain any longer. There is silence within the moments of the eclipse as light is concealed. Time prescribes nothing and reveals the rate of the movement. It withholds brilliance and waits to break. Nothing enters now as it augments without increase. There is a slight...

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