Matthew Greenburgh: Nought

Various leaves, crushed

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For the atheist, a wreath shape could denote the belief that nothing follows death and indeed perhaps that nothing of meaning precedes it.

Irrespective of belief:

“Time, the prime minister of Death!
There's nought can bribe his honest will”

from Death by John Clare 1793-1864




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