broken words

complete fragmentation
fragmentary completion
completely fragmented
fragmenting completion
completing fragmentation
a fragment in itself is whole; wholly broken … apart
held together(apart) in its fragmentary, isolatory wholeness
incompletely whole
wholly incomplete
Latin frangere “to break”
only ever fragmentary for ‘total’ re-presentation is absurd
the fragmentary whole is absurdly whole
whole: Proto-Germanic haila “undamaged”
damaged goods, damaged words, words damage
sticks and stones
words torn away; blown in the wind
fragmentary broadcast
to air
an exposure of sorts
windchill

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