Tag Archives: Day

Abstractions

It’s a solitary tower. At one point it was surrounded by a village but that has long since vanished, ensnared by the clutches of time. The tower somehow seems to be beyond time, somehow unclassifiable. Depending on the position of … Continue reading

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Sky Raft Wanderer (Poem)

September arrives on western winds, empty raft drifts down stream. ~~~ A fisherman boards the raft hoping to drift boundless under azure skies. Floating on crystalline ripples he see’s 10,000 peaks disappearing into celestial realms magpies darting from shore to … Continue reading

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Monk practicing (Fragment and Poem)

Fragment In a forest clearing stands a hut. The hut is small, consisting of a single room. Built from wood gathered from the forest it is the home of a solitary monk. For a few hours during the day he … Continue reading

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Thunder Bird

The world is a vapid waste land. Barren and lifeless, deserts cover much of its surface, devoid of vegetation and life. Volcano’s rage constantly spewing forth magma and noxious gases. The magma scars the landscape while the fumes poison the … 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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The Horseman

He’s carrying something. He’s carrying it as he hurtles over the ground on his trusty stead. Galloping over the plain he’s heading for the hills. The rider can be seen in the lunar glow, racing towards the highlands were his … Continue reading

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City of Moru

In its housing districts and residential areas the city of Moru resembles many other cities. Buildings constructed with bricks, mortar, slates and wood as in most urban centres. Moving into the downtown sector the buildings there are constructed of an … Continue reading

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Clouds (Clouds and Cloud Gulper – 2 Fragments)

The clouds have disappeared. The sky is cloudless. As for where the clouds have gone, no one knows. Maybe they were blown away by the wind. Maybe clouds as entities have ceased to exist. Perhaps they were taken away by … Continue reading

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