Monthly Archives: April 2011

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Oh, hi, hello there. I would introduce myself but I don’t really have a name. But if you want to you can give me a name if it makes this encounter easier for you. Trout? Very well. For this conversation … Continue reading

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No.7

Its number 7’s job to inspect things. She gets the call, goes out and inspects what she has been assigned. Buildings, air con units and bathrooms are among the things assigned to her. It was a regular day for number … Continue reading

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Lantern (3 Fragments)

In the gloaming a faint, distant light works its way towards the forest. Illuminating fragments of the night, it disappears and then reappears, weaving its way through the leaves and the trunks. Sometime it later it returns, its flickering not … Continue reading

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Lantern (2 poems)

At the foot of the mountain, a lantern illuminates a small   patch of the night. Moths gather around the light,   mistaking it for a crescent moon. ~~~ Deep within the bamboo forest the mountain recluse lights   the … Continue reading

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Ted the Spider and his Literary Adventures

There is a spider clinging to the wall. His name is Ted. While I am writing Ted is looking down on me. Ted is brown, hairy and eight legged yet he does not provide much in the way of feedback. … Continue reading

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Abandoned Buildings (Fragments)

In a field adjacent to the highway resides a house. Its derelict now, years of being exposed to the elements giving it a bedraggled look. Most of the windows are broken and the front door is hanging from one of … Continue reading

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Jazz (A series of poems)

The wordless transmission between the artist and the audience. ~~~ Drifting aimlessly from the record player, the sounds of the improvising   musician. Scuffs, scratches and scrapes, where is he going with this?   In the inferno of disquiet faintly … Continue reading

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Skilpadde and a City

The sight of Skilpadde in a city is gloriously surreal. In the vast concrete jungle of glass, steel and girders the residents of the metropolis see a colossal turtle rounding a street corner. Firstly its head pokes out past a … Continue reading

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Skilpadde

The village that goes by the name of Skilpadde experiences changes in weather. These changing weather patterns occur more regularly in Skilpadde as opposed to other villages. During the course of a few weeks Skilpadde can experience tropical weather then … Continue reading

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