IN THE VOID-2: THE ARTIST’S DOWNFALL

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IN THE VOID- 1

i Exist. A dry dead fetal leaf windblown onto salty waves, bound in blind service to the moonstruck rise and foamy crash of the cold velvety cradle. Deaf to the climb and crash… Continue reading

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THE SEVENTH DAY

What follows is a re-imagination of the Story of Adam and Eve in photographic chiaroscuro with verses taken (and modified) from the New International Version of the Holy Bible. In composing this photo-essay,… Continue reading

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A LAMENT

Mother’s pallid, silken, skin torn. A crimson crater its thin red line flowing down mother’s cold face, falling into a deaf, dark world. Her children’s wails quickly muffled. The air’s reluctant silence broken… Continue reading

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APOCALYPSE

I am the calm, dry, coldness I am the soft, silent, stillness I am the land, sea, and sky I am the alpha, and I am the omega In me, shadows cease to… Continue reading

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OPEN LETTER TO ALL THE WOODS OUT THERE

People who usually speak against movies are crass, illiterate, and know nothing about film-making and appreciation. They watch movies just to complain about them. I am not one of those people, as you… Continue reading

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A HAUNTING-PISASU

SPOILERS AHEAD! Movies being classified pigeonholed into various genres always make me think of a cranky, old bureaucrat working in a small cubicle under the glare of a dirty fluorescent lamp. There is… Continue reading

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SNOWDEN’S SECRET

This article may contain language that is disturbing to some readers: “Man is matter.” Joseph Heller exclaims in Catch-22, while the protagonists are facing shrapnel, flak and anti-aircraft guns. Snowden lies in the… Continue reading

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THE SALTY RIVER

Brown waves, reflecting green leaves, mourn not that dead frog. The poison you bear hails from murky shores. Red Waves: fret not, the sun shines, still, the stallion drinks, still. Frailty, thy name… Continue reading

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LISTEN, CHILDREN

1. his eyes closed his hand(rise) on his chest(fall) the curb   his pillow feet walk by 2. his puffed up cheeks his expanding balloon POP! blue rubber on tarmac his cheeks deflated leaves… Continue reading

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