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I love how much can be said within such tight constraints. Bravo!
Ah, yes, I also felt really called to the mark on this one... almost within moments of reading the prompt. That's certainly remarkable for me, as prompts go! Thank you! And to you, too, bravo... I'll comment on your thread.
what is tennanite?
Hi *J* It's tennantite ~ drawn to it for it's earthiness as it's placed in this poem.tennantite |ˈtenənˌtīt|nouna gray-black mineral consisting of a sulfide of copper, iron, and arsenic. It is an important ore of copper.ORIGIN mid 19th cent.: from the name of Smithson Tennant (1761–1815), English chemist, + -ite 1 .
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