"Map with Ship," artist unknown, via Smithsonian Magazine
An airplane will skim the air like a flat stone, city to city. We will be on it, in it, tiny limpets clinging to the stone. An automobile will contain its small, smelly explosions and nudge towards us, then open its doors, take us in. We will be in it, then coughed up and out, undigested. A building will lazily open its glass mouth; we’ll drift in. We’ll sleep in its breath until morning, when it will yawn and exhale us, tumble us through the wind to the edge of a ship, to the edge of the sea, to await our passage.