Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Beggars’ Waltz

Certainty crumbles into dust, the meaning escapes from our lives like air from a punctured balloon; the last of our threadbare hopes tears asunder, leaving a gaping hole that we patch with remorse and desire, repairing outward appearances so that … Continue reading

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Phone

A PICTURE so very BRIGHT, so very very COLOURFUL! The SOUND so very LOUD, so much NOISE! SHINING,DAZZLING, WHISTLES & BELLS! so very. . . the PICTURE drains, the SOUND fades, images vanish. . the battery, DIES.

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Parallax

When I stop telling the truth to you and you stop telling the truth to me, there’ll be no more truth spoken; what loss would that be? When I stop lying to you and you stop lying to me, we … Continue reading

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Broken Perceptions

If agony were silence and emptiness substance, how would we recognise our own thoughts? If forever was a second and Suns were frozen, how far away would the horizon be? If tears were granite and forgiveness treason, how then might … Continue reading

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