If every universe is wrapped in curves, each around an imagined center,
and attention is a magnifying glass, consider the patience required
to work in miniature, to fit an entire nature in a grain of sculpture
and how the dreamer can renew the small world simply by moving
Here, too, is all of it,
and here the entrance
With found phrases from Gaston Bachelard’s The Poetics of Space, Ch. 7 “miniature,” (section V., 159-163).