Tag Archives: Light

Legion

It’s damn near enveloped the cities. Those tubes that flicker and hum, those tubes that arc dragons through rainbowed nights, those tubes that purvey easy dreams over cheap food, those tubes that splash intermittent kanji flares, those tubes that convey … 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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Untitled (No.2)

I’ve made it to the surface. 17 years. 17 years spent in darkness. Dank and confined. I sustained myself on whatever nutrients and scraps I encountered, often days between meals. In order to move I had to plough through thick … Continue reading

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House

On the end of the row it’s now dilapidated and has been abandoned for the longest time. The windows are covered with dust, trapped by derelict cobwebs. The house’s interior is destitute with furniture strewn across the floors and a … Continue reading

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Friday Night

It starts every friday night. It emerges from the dusty side streets, rising and fading, dancing between the waves of night tide particles, prefect music from a concealed faraway deep within the villages side streets and alley ways, basements and … 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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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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Detective (as of yet untitled story)

Beginning The sound of traffic startled me from my office slumber. Another late night, another pile of unchecked paperwork. Given my tired state the paperwork is of little concern to me and I take a moment to wander over to … Continue reading

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City At Night

A cool and crisp night in the city is illuminated by its skyscrapers, its vast columns of light. Their radiance reveals a vibrant metropolis with a enlivened population, exploring the mammoth urban jungle. On the ground level street lights kindle … Continue reading

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