Friday, 30 August 2013



1. the act or state of touching physically
2. the state or fact of close association or communication
3. a junction of two or more electrical conductors
4. the part of the conductors that makes the junction
5. the part of an electrical device to which such connections are made
6. an acquaintance, especially one who might be useful in business, as a means of introduction, etc.
7. any person who has been exposed to a contagious disease
8. (photography) Also called “contact print” . a photographic print made by exposing the printing paper through a negative placed directly onto it
9. (when intr., often followed by “with”) . to put, come, or be in association, touch, or communication

Here we get closer
Close enough for contact
With history’s mayhem
Covered in mud and moss

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