I growled a hole in the sky. My fists sent up a smokescreen. Aquaman thrust his bad hand through another dimension and pulled out one pice of me, but that shadow was elusive and wriggled free, dissapating into antimatter bits tinier than zooplankton. Aquaman tensed his forehead, swam like crazy, and focused on his telepathy. A school of dolphins advanced, the red tide of jellyfish. I spat tarballs. Aquaman thought hard, very very hard. Pelicans flew in to enfold me in their wings like prayers. I spewed forth rusty emulsified oil like striated muscles. Aquaman, frustrated, did a crocodile death roll; then, he spread his fingers to siphon dispersant. I expelled methane gas. Sea turtles swam to Aquaman's aid, but I only coughed up oil blobs like small mutant coral reefs, which acted like bumper cars through the sea turtle fleet. Aquaman disintegrated himself to fight my particles. Tiny skirmishes erupted all over the Gulf between molecules of me and Aquaman. Just wait. I'm not done yet.
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Corroborations was held at the University Libraries, The University of South Dakota, from March 7 – May 8, 2011. The Corroborations exhibition paired USD visual arts and poetry majors in order to create new collaborative work and to both broaden acceptance and appreciation of alternative art disciplines.