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The canvas accepts the paint
yet the paint itself leaves no mark.
are rendered and disappear
as soon as they are completed.
The painting can be finished,
leave no shadow of itself
on the canvas
which is always blank.
On the mat
like the canvas,
accepting the attack,
which leaves no memory
to note its having happened.