innavigable


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innavigable

(ɪˈnævɪɡəbəl)
adj
unable to be navigated
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An innavigable sea washes with silent waves between us and the things we aim at and converse with.
Reverend and devout Father: when this city which I've built patiently, skin over stucco, bone over adobe, paint over raw flesh, is finally torn from me, the tracks of my thoughts erased from the streets by filth, by the unthinkable, by cruelty, then this, my world, will sink slowly into mud, and although everyone may believe they're in it, and the one who names it believes he's in it, boss, condottieri , viceroy, they will be nowhere but in a dream, and I will keep dreaming of shacks, of mud, of brothels, of wax, of blood and drool, of saltwater tears; now that the ships are innavigable and I'm marking time and the most miserable may name this world in my name, I can't go on;