Tag Archives: Surrealism

This is a Strange Land

This is a Strange Land. The forests are made of sequoia candles taking five thousand years to burn down. At full kindle the stars are whited out. The ocean resides on a tortoise-shell moving in accordance with tortoise whims. Whales … Continue reading

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Rooms (Set 5) (Mansion)

A jet black door, furnished with grooves guards the room. In the grain orbs, luminous, dance in the grooves phasing in and out of a forest of splinters, specks of violet and saffron. The room itself is black. With the … Continue reading

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Room and Garden (Mansion)

Room The door is wrapped in vines, splintered and cracked on the verge of collapse in the face of relentless constriction. The handle is strangled by a creeper. Pushing the door it half opens, half disintegrates. Vines dangle from should … 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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Rooms (Set 2) (Mansion)

Inferno From the outside cackling can be heard. The door is warm to the hand. The handle distressingly so. The wood is cracked and blackened. A quote adorns the door: “seek and learn to recognize who and what, in the … Continue reading

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The Mansion

You told people you didn’t need a map. You said it would be a short journey from the city to the village. You did need a map. Hours of wandering have left you lost, very lost and what should be … Continue reading

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Short Shorts (Random Sentences)

The green polar bear and the purple rhinoceros played scrabble while the multi-coloured cats re-enacted the battle of the Alamo. It hurtled through the void of space, the gingerbread man riding the rocket powered mongoose. It started off as a … 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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The City of Marcia

By all appearances Marcia is a normal city. You enter into Marcia and everything you expect to see in a city is there. There are sky scrapers, shopping districts, museums and a cultural district were cafe’s, libraries and bookstores are … Continue reading

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