Carnal Beginnings

Though lovers be lost love shall not.

- Dylan Thomas (1914-1953)

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The Runway for the Cortex

Carnal Beginnings

Inspired by Dylan Thomas's (1914-1953) quote, "Though lovers be lost love shall not". The titled responsion is relating to physical, especially sexual, needs and activities. And so, desire herself.

The wisdom of this quote from Dylan Thomas emerges as cultural and not another origin narrative. Love is something that we can, either experience or imagine. Beginning with the evolutionary pressures to reproduce, the descent of man is what we are — the only Ontology we have.

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