Tag Archives: Sun

Sky (Poem)

Layer of grey fissures molten orange sears crevasses white scud escapes the convergence powder blue peaking through the creeks a yellow wave swirls in idle contemplation tie dye sky ~~~ Picture found here: http://www.readersdigest.com.au/the-sky/

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Horseman (Undead)

Death rattle skeletal rider heads for the village Wide brimmed sombrero disguises bony features (alabaster face) Ivory fingers itchy trigger action Drifting poncho flashes of hollow torso Skeleton horseman stalks the moon strewn highlands Death rattle reverberates through the hills … Continue reading

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Zephyr (Poems)

Dipping sun blazing sky scarlet clouds. ~~~ Setting sun ignites the sky white clouds consumed by flame. The west wind gathers dust before scattering it through the firmament. Drifting in the air hued by the crimson sky the horseman rides … 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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Ivory Forest (Poem and Fragment)

The elephant stumbles, falls to the ground, as its last breaths drift into oblivion. Its skin cracks, flesh slips from the bone, the skeleton fades to dust, ivory tusks sink into the ground. The rain comes, awakening the ivory which … 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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City of Pola

On the horizon there is a wooden structure, topped with a platform. It reaches into the sky. This is the only visible landmark in the desert. Apart from the sand stretching out for miles, nothing else is discernible. The structure … Continue reading

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Monster (Behemoth)

Behemoth Ripping through the cover of cloud, revealing azure sky, it descends on the city. Its scales reflecting the golden sunlight, it unleashes bolts of energy against the metropolis. Buildings are shredded, apartment blocks fractured and fragmented, roads torn from … Continue reading

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