~*mira ellen putnam*~

who am i

~*mira ellen putnam*~

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I'm wearing a Little
The mortar has mortgaged me to the bit
I'm asleep
I'm sinking and drying a little
I'm a little bit chopped up and blushed
I'm not old, at least not, I'm not exactly eighty, not by any means, I'm not even sixteen years old
I'm moving around a little bit
Am I a little up the hill? Yeah! Maybe
It is natural that over time a person should be raised a little, but it does not matter
I'm a little nervous about the mountain
Sometimes I'm a little weird and serious, but that doesn't mean I'm completely lost, I hope
I'm very strict, I can assure you
I do not expect that I am lost, because I repeat, I am extraordinarily harsh I am extraordinarily harsh
I'm getting bad, a little disappearing, but it doesn't matter
I'm OK I'm terrified but nervous
I am very afraid

Gratitude Room; 2019, glazed ceramic, epoxy clay, yarn, pieces from a Trendmaster Starcastle, used Band-Aid, acorns, Legos, glow in the dark rocks, dried flowers; 32 H x 22 D x 25 W inches

Ivy oak acorn poppy; 2019; glazed ceramic, paper-mache, dye, wax, grape stems, acrylic hair, embroidery thread, dried flowers, shells; 22 H x 30 W x 24 D inches

Machine Room; 2019; glazed ceramic, epoxy clay, plastic , yarn, wire, fake moss, pencil and paper 3 feet 6 inches x 2 feet 5 inches (house measurement)

Ecosystems are dynamic entities; 2019; ceramic, beads, yarn, epoxy putty, wax, shells, pressed flowers, trash bag, LED lights, plastic chain; 9 feet x 3 feet

Via Regina; 2019; rigid wrap, beads, ceramic, chain, wax, fake cherries; 3 feet x 2 feet

Chronic Wasting; 2019; deer bones, epoxy putty, ceramic, glow-in-the-dark stones, chain, yarn; 3 feet x 2 feet