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In his travels he comes to a bridge made entirely of bones.
Before crossing he writes a letter to his mother: Dear mother,
guess what? the ape accidentally bit off one of his hands while
eating a banana. Just now I am at the foot of a bone bridge. I
shall be crossing it shortly. I don't know if I shall find hills and
valleys made of flesh on the other side, or simply constant
night, villages of sleep. The ape is scolding me for not teaching
him better. I am letting him wear my pith helmet for
consolation. The bridge looks like one of those skeletal
reconstructions of a huge dinosaur one sees in a museum. The
ape is looking at the stump of his wrist and scolding me again.
I offer him another banana and he gets very furious, as though
I'd insulted him. Tomorrow we cross the bridge. I'll write to
you from the other side if I can; if not, look for a sign . . .

-Russell Edson

Bone and plastic vintage buttons, Victorian shoe mop button, India glass dagger, and carved bone rectangle from Uruguay. Adjustable from 6: to 7.5", can be lengthened.
Originally $49.

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Bone Bridge Flesh Valley. Rustic Gypsy Victorian Tribal Bracelet.


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: beads, button, bone
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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