Gourdy Gourdy, Look Who’s 40 (+1)

Behold the gourds. Vessels of flesh and seed, bound in strange and pretty skin. Ridged, pebbled, rough, or smooth, each casts a different tactile spell. Some tiny enough to fit in a lipstick case, some too large to be hoisted by anything other than a crane, their variety is infinite, their style and spread too immense to be contained by such a simple assignation.

Signifier of fall.

Representative of harvest.

Bearer of the beauty and wilderness of nature.

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