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Tunnels
Tunnels

The light at the end of the tunnel will be a train At which point you will wake up a second last time If you trust your eyes You’ll live If you trust the Logos You’ll prosper If you trust Logic Blindness and Hope will both perish Salome came of some 205 pages in a […]

Ganymede
Ganymede

Man as a child is a satellite trying to refine its’ orbit around the Mother planet, takes on all the information he can, some good, some bad, learns to interact. As he evolves into complexity, he experiences a few collisions before crashing into smithereens during his teens, fragments falling scattered, unable to take the cracks […]

Obtund
Obtund

Touch your skin to cold my child Point your eyes toward the sun And keep your finger in the blue flame As did Ual and Ory, twins named Perception Remembered as loss and victory In a game where hierarchy has no place Forget discomfort, take on one real sensation Rearranging merely flour of the bread […]

Chondriac
Chondriac

This gentle friction can strip off thin skin clean Like a medicine bottle’s label soaking in warm water Once he touched down, my chest started to burn Fear of that too small to see, every man is flawed An apple a day is a drip of poison as another face gets pale Pavlovian fear of […]

Satellites
Satellites

For beauty’s found inside abandoned sheds Filled by strange tools for romantic future use We are sitting on the silent ledge, no winds The past is partial, fragmented Tainted by the moment’s colour For nostalgia is wonder Stripped down, purified and unattainable Instinctive learning, sending searchlights for signs Excited by the unknown, that’s still familiar […]

Spaceman
Spaceman

Sleeping like a nomad at night in the international space station, they said you hit the ground headfirst if you don’t start by aiming at the low hanging fruit before flying out to Mars. With memories fragmented across the universe, past times are still well versed in all our worlds, alas the singularity may only […]

Mono
Mono

The more sources of light beam to illuminate your sides The more shadows will stalk you on the way along your strides Solo, duo, trio or quo, we are limited To seeing only mirrors of ourselves

Unlearning
Unlearning

Leather skinned, leather tanned members of a civilization from an ocean across the shore looking up to the sky in hope of finding a new ray of light shining behind a false solution, waiting for the sun to turn violet after a new revolution, radiate fiery violent heat from its’ core once more whilst suffering […]

Youth
Youth

Her eyes glimmered like green marbles rolling across a classroom floor. It was a memory that left me bruised – like the knees under her socks, which were covered in scrapes from blissfully playful and carefree ignorance; those first few strikes of exposure to the outside world. Her cracked lips smiled at me awkwardly from […]

Lime Chicken Kiev
Lime Chicken Kiev

I looked outside to see The lawns were covered in broken baubles Took a walk towards the bees For the honey, not because it’s noble The stench of rain was in the air I ran amuck to see myself In the reflection of a skip’s lid A nihilistic head under unruly hair Street dogs were […]

Smoke and Mirrors
Smoke and Mirrors

If our minds are comfortable and uninspired we will remain unevolved, like Southern marsupials, free of competition, inside a vacuum, too stagnant and stale to encourage change. For change is a forceful, effort-requiring utilitarian behaviour. For change is the reaction to discomfort. Few have enough intellectual discomfort to experience willpower. We will continue to look […]

Tar and feathers
Tar and feathers

I stank of oil, greasy black Shook my legs out for a spin Coughing through some dampened lungs Cloudy like the room we’re in Wall to wall of pornstars that we’ve never been Like headless flies, hung up on same old memes Faces on posters with no name, in a Boson’s lifetime Same repertoire, same […]

On the walk home
On the walk home

Cityscapes cut out of jagged skyline Sky like black silk, stained with iodine Heard a scream from east to the street A cat’s eyes close and fade like mist A’capella from street crossing alarms Theatre lighting from fluorescent streetlights The chill snaps into my skin, rain on my neck Walking home from our last rights […]

Thursday nights
Thursday nights

Beneath the checkout sign glare Is always a piece of something to remind me That reductionism leads us together to the middle Travelling from the station of ideas to reality Material can appear featherweight, but then it’s heavy Touching shoulders, but our electrons are far apart upon magnification We are made of vast empty spaces, […]

Postman’s Wife
Postman's Wife

She’s hysterical, his biblical perfection Can work the locks to her own hands And when he’s gone, she’ll scream outside A burning space oddity, just like other girls Perfect maids, marching in the street It takes cruelty to seem so kind To one’s neighbour, to oneself Words become corrupt When parity is missing in their […]