Skull Material

Wikipedia Poem, No. 784

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dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaurid 
the later part of 
the later part of 
       dromaeosaurid 
the 
later part 
o

although others 
     have been 
assigned in the 
        past ognized 
       although 
      others have been assigned in th

mongolia ngoliensis 
fossils of this 
species 
have been discovered 
      in mongoliensis fossils 
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      for 
skull material 
    from inner mongolia china ed 
          in 
       for skull 
material 
from inner 
mong

other 
dromaeosaurids like deinonychus 
and achillobator velociraptor 
    nevertheless shared many of 
the

with a 
long tail and disembowel 
      prey each hindfoot which is thought to have been 
     used to have 

long and 
      low skull
with 
an upturned snout omaeosaurids 
   by 
      its long 
and 
      low 
skull

Wikipedia Poem, No. 172

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“The viewing public demands an image of itself. … Light, dry, explosive snow.” Ben Lerner

 

domestic
organisms
  coprolites rarely unknown processes 
  wave also conduct world remains detected 
     that led 
         to 
proposed 
          belemnite-like classification as non-liquid animal bones
 
  my (Soma)tics provide timorous 
bridges to animal 
bones 
     first 
described 
         by William Buckland 
scales 
of the author other food required 
case diet of the book 

      the man is rarely identified unambiguously 
he he he the author he
during his extra-miniature parasite 
     approaching bridges 
indicates another fossil of his
originative viability his fabled animals 

     meaning that mineral domestics
such that the zoo indicates 
      reconstituted millet
Buckland's intestines trace fossils 
      lead to the bridge between self 
      and on spiral material 
         predations cause the stone

that 
 bezoar 
          of a man
        broken open animal 
     he gives 
     viability to poetry 
a 2011 pew fellow
a beautiful marsupial
a coprolite
Sources: 
- “C. A. Conrad.” Wikipedia. N.p.: Wikimedia Foundation, 17 Sept. 2015. Web. 17 Apr. 2016.
- “CAConrad.” The Poetry Foundation. 2015. Web. 17 Apr. 2016.
- “Coprolite.” Wikipedia. N.p.: Wikimedia Foundation, 1 Apr. 2016. Web. 17 Apr. 2016.