Break Up


Astonishing what language does

with two simple word forms grown

from "break up" to expand definitions

to cover: a description of sudden

laughter, how glaciers melt and

shear off into the sea, the outcome

of a couple no longer in love, an

arctic ice cutter's objective, or

a hail during static obscured



Lettus is not cut, it is broken

up by agile hands. Teachers break

up student fights like prize fighter

referees when opponents get too



Equally astonishing, the violence

of things that break up whether 

between people or in nature. There

is no breakage without forces

like muscle and gravity . Break

and up are perfectly useful words

on their own, however their

individual denoted and connoted

forms, for now, shall stay

in the thesaurus.






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