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Charles Simic's Fork
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"This strange thing must have crept
Right out of hell. - Charles Simic"

Origin

Charles Simic's "Fork" poem

Type

Fork

Effects

Causes cutlery to come to life and attack people

Downsides

The original fork must be neutralized to stop the others

Activation

Attempting to eat with the fork

Collected by

Artie Nielsen

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

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Shelf

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Date of Collection

June 24th, 1999

[Source]


OriginEdit

Charles Simic is a Pulitzer Prize winning poet. Many of his works involve anthropomorphism of objects.

EffectsEdit

When someone attempts to eat with this particular fork, it will draw on the powers inspired by Simic and cause the rest of the silverware on the table to revolt. The assault will not end until the original has been neutralized.

CollectionEdit

Artie collected the fork after a mysterious incident at a dinner party hosted at a mansion. Somehow the forks, knives, and spoons came to life and attacked people.

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