Monthly Archives: February 2011

The City of Mistra

The city of Mistra is a glorious city. Its inhabitants adore its architecture, its structure and its organisation. Modern construction meshes impeccably with old-time ideas. Avant garde and normality come together faultlessly. Authentic and kitsch are in perfect synergy. Yet … Continue reading

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The City of Rei

Supposedly cities require strong foundations which is why they occur on dry land. Thanks to their complex infrastructure, gargantuan structures and vast space they need to be built on solid ground. But the city of Rei wanted to be a … Continue reading

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The City of Sigyn

A decision of most importance is taking place in the city of Sigyn. But instead of referendums, voting and debates, in Sigyn dice are rolled. Odds yes, evens no. Every single choice undertaken in Sigyn is decided by the roll … Continue reading

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The City of Esmeralda

Not many cities have a multi dimensional portal. But the city of Esmeralda possesses one. With this portal Esmeralda can see itself in every other dimension it exists in. Esmeralda’s academia and scientists use this portal to look at its … Continue reading

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Monster (Leviathan)

Leviathan It comes from beneath the ocean. It rises up from the sea, its form obscured by the night. Its roar, deep-set with piercing overtones lets them know that it is coming. They do their best to prepare for its … Continue reading

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Cut Up – 5 Chinese poets and poems

I have been thinking of a cut – up piece for a while now. But whenever I have tried to create a cut – up whatever I was writing was always written with the intention of being cut up, and … Continue reading

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Moth (3 poems and fragments accompanied by the Moon)

Poem 1 Bright moonlight shrouds the yard, blazing light filters through the leaves.   All is silent in the gloaming, except for the flapping of a Moths wings. Poem 2 Fence besieged by plants, covered in green, made white by … Continue reading

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Godzilla (or how I learned to stop worrying and love a giant radioactive dinosaur)

It is my ardent belief that every boy (and some girls as well) at some point in his (her) life has seen a Godzilla film and loved it. Not just liked it or thought that it was merely okay but … Continue reading

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Catfish (Poem, Two Fragments)

Note: The first piece will appear both in poem and fragment format. They will both consist of the same content. Poem The winds gentle gusts cause leaves and petals to flutter down onto the water’s surface   fragmenting the creeks … Continue reading

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9 or 10

9 or 10. That was his choice. 9 or 10.  He didn’t know what they signified. 9 or 10. Two individual numbers that could mean anything. 9 or 10. He did not know if one was a bad choice or … Continue reading

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