Monday, 25 June 2012



1. having a hole, cavity, or space within; not solid
2. having a sunken area; concave
3. recessed or deeply set: hollow cheeks
4. (of sounds) as if resounding in a hollow place
5. without substance or validity
6. hungry or empty
7. insincere; cynical
8. a cavity, opening, or space in or within something
9. a depression or dip in the land
-verb (often followed by “out”, usually when  trans.)
10. to make or become hollow
11. to form (a hole, cavity, etc.) or (of a hole, etc.) to be formed

A shape so perfect
It looks hollowed from a stone
Traces of a long dead universe
Utterly organic in essence

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