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“ALTAR, n. The place whereupon the priest formerly raveled out the small intestine of the sacrificial victim for purposes of divination and cooked its flesh for the gods. The word is now seldom used, except with reference to the sacrifice of their liberty and peace by a male and a female tool.
They stood before the altar and supplied The fire themselves in which their fat was fried. In vain the sacrifice! --no god will claim An offering burnt with an unholy flame. --M.P. Nopput”
“The sunlight flashes off your windshield,
and when I look up into the small, posted mirror,
I watch you diminish--my echo, my twin--
and vanish around a curve in this whip
of a road we can't help traveling together.”