Monthly Archives: September 2011

Wraith Wind (Poems)

Tombstones wrenched in wraithen wind jet stream Wraith wind howling slip stream Passing ghosts wraith wind trails Lingering wraith wind curved around street lamps spectral calling card Returning to nether worlds dissipating wraith wind Advertisements

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Ghosts (Poems)

Mist dispersing from space to space Phantasm missing what was Traversing snow pass no footprints Last resident of castles battlements Filtering through sod and wood gazing upon his skeleton Levitating through leaf layers wrapped in blazing moonlight Forest specter ascending … Continue reading

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Invisible (Fragments)

You can’t find me. You can try to but you won’t succeed. You might see me on the main streets but I’ll vanish into the crowds. You’ll catch glimpses of me in alleyways but I’ll fade into tenement blocks. Where … Continue reading

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Julio Cortazar and his insect audience (2nd Set) (Poems)

Flowers appointment missed hoverfly busy reading Cortazar No longer panning for sap leafhoppers feet trace Cortazars words Cortazars prose hoverfly savours a different nectar Maze of branches and leaves left behind for a maze of words and sentences leafhopper lost … Continue reading

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Julio Cortazar and his insect audience (Poems)

Leafhopper leaping from leaf to page just to glance at Cortazars words Hoverfly resting on pages edge entranced by Hopscotch rhythms Leafen launchpads leafhopper bounding from viridian thicket to read Cortazars prose Black and yellow darting over Cortazars words Cortazars … Continue reading

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Candles (Poems)

Tiny lions leaping from candle to candle Melting wax the formation of new worlds Wax trails candle light migration through the beach head Candle alight crimson ghost sprung from the underworld blazing wraith dancing on a blackened wick sudden draft … Continue reading

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Doors

The house stands alone, the other houses having abandoned it. The roof tiles are slipping, the guttering cracked and broken. There are no windows and a porch, decayed to the point of non-existence. A solitary door resides in the middle … Continue reading

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Gaucho (Undead) (Poems)

Desert wind scarlet dust wrapped in veiled helices shrouding hills and mesas. Wraithen gaucho and sallow horse bleached white flash ashen in the red maelstrom Desert wind lays still crimson sands unmoved record phantasmal prints left by revenant rider, eidolic … Continue reading

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Rooms (Set 3) (Mansion)

Infinite It starts with the opening of one door, leading too another door. And then another door. And it just keeps on going. Door after door after door. The doors are of different colours, shades and materials. As you advance … Continue reading

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Mansion (Thoughts and Musings)

Just three ways I could approach this: 1) Maintain the second person narrative and work more on the story. It is kind of hard to write reactions in the second person though. 2) Change to a first person narrative. Reactions … Continue reading

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