Alias razor wire, fashioned after
bellows-drive instrument, patented
in 1884 by
Sir Charles Wheatstone. Early in its history,
Flight of the Bumblebee was arranged for English
Used as ramparts in WWI. You’ve seen
of soldiers dangling still, lovelorn, as puppets
in its trusses.
Simple barbed wire garnished with spun helices of high
various calibers and blade profiles, a colossal Slinky
ribboned with scalpels
that increase vertically and horizontally at once.
An Italian Squeezebox.
Manufacturers’ names like Excalibur, Flight-Guard, Whistler,
Nemesis, The Prodigal, —
so conceived that, once snared, the convict, reflexively
as it flinches into him), ravels himself through
a meat grinder.
In the sun and moonlight, especially seductive.
the climactic hemorrhage.