At the river’s mouth is a city of teeth, filtered from sewer-water by a latticework of crisscrossing iron.
At the river’s mouth they collect the teeth, they polish them.
It’s odd, I know.
An unusual pasttime indeed.
That last line made me snort. Love it.
I love this. Nicely done!
What else should you do with collected teeth…. ?
That was interesting. The line at the end is great though.
Tooth collecting is definitely a unique activity.
I kind of love this. What a creepy place. The word ‘latticework’ doesn’t get nearly enough usage. Thanks for linking up.
What a wonderland of teeth. I’m curious who ‘they’ might be.
tooth collecting is sometimes the only thing that provides closure – you totally took me to matching dental records for body identification. Huge! x
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