Robert Augustus Masters

Magazine Personal Reflections

Death: As Common As Life

At least half the organic matter you see on a walk in the forest is dead: dead leaves, deadwood, dead weeds, insect carcasses, maybe even the stinking corpse of some higher animal if you’re lucky. There are massive die-outs: suddenly the cicadas are silent, and the husks of their bodies litter the trail. Great plagues […]

By Robert Augustus Masters
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