Tag Archives: Infinite

Walking In The Rain (At Night) (Poems)

The night wind howls, fades dragging clouds from afar abandoning them to hang over the city. The rain comes down, against a backdrop of streetlights and shop fronts, the city and its infinite worlds reflected in pieces of rain. ~~~ … Continue reading

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Spider (2 Fragments)

It’s almost like it’s not meant to walk on land. Its movements are stilted and jerky. Wobbling around as it struggles to put one foot in front of the other. It’s wonder its made it this far in life. It … Continue reading

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City of Rózsa

The city of Lise’s counterpart, Rózsa is constructed entirely out of numbers. While Lise saw words as the foundation of human existence Rózsa instead saw numbers as this foundation. In numbers Rózsa’s residents saw an infallible source of information based on the … Continue reading

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Lines

Its an infinite desert. Sand stretches out for miles in every direction. The sand is marked with lines. These lines are straight, rounded, cornered, concentric, triangular, consisting of infinite variations. They cover desert entirely. As to what they represent, no … Continue reading

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Further thoughts on “The Book of Numbers, An Infinite Book of Infinite Numbers”.

I have just posted a story based upon Jorge Luis Borges short story The Book of Sand. My story featured an infinite book of infinite numbers. While writing the story I began thinking of such a book, and what it … Continue reading

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A Book of Numbers

It was buried in the libraries archives. Hidden away until it was placed on shelves by mistake. An infinite book containing nothing but numbers. People kept checking the book out, and kept returning it due to the fact it made … Continue reading

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The Void

It stretched out before him. A vast desolate space of near infinite nothingness. He was alone in this abyss. He had become disconnected from the team and was now a forlorn observer of a desert of non – existence. The … Continue reading

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Infinite Freight Train

You are at the station, waiting for your train. The train is delayed by some time and you begin to-day dream. You are lost in the midst of your imagination and in this haze you lose track of time. By … Continue reading

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The City of La Maga

The city of La Maga decided that it did not like its current design. So down came the towers, the houses, the apartments, the libraries and the shops. After the deconstruction was complete the residents of La Maga drew out … Continue reading

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Julio Cortazar and his (near) Infinite Book

Julio Cortazar’s Hopscotch is a masterful literary creation and is one of those books that can be called genius. The story told within the book is rather simple and is summarised well by Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hopscotch_%28Julio_Cort%C3%A1zar_novel%29 Also here is the Wikipedia … Continue reading

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