Monthly Archives: November 2006

A Flower To Try Its Currents

A lonely town, adrift in a sea of waves: an island. On all sides there are barriers to prevent the meeting of land and water. A dry moat and the children who run within it. In the centre, just past … Continue reading

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Remember It Hurts

How much more joy can one life stand? How much more passion, excitement and meaning can I cram into my already brimful life? How many more times can I sit back and let the pleasure, the euphoria, the positive energy … Continue reading

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May I Feel Said He

Breasts that heave, rise and undulate beneath the tastefully decorated veneer of the frilliness of her almost see-through blouse that, surely, is a size too small. If they were any closer, he thought, he could reach out to them, touch … Continue reading

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The Flowering Of The Lesions

From, let’s say, the moment he moved here, he managed to contrive himself as the sworn enemy of that gang of kids, the Above The Law crew or whatever they were called. The ATL. Whose only point of existence was … Continue reading

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To Speak A Body Untethered

I find that I find inspiration in the smallest of things. Such as, for instance, the songbird of flight that slammed into my lounge window this morning. His broken wing and the cat that tore him apart. Not my cat. … Continue reading

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Flicker Even Inside The Wet Wall

Tender nights were the barrier to my blazing as I, ablaze, took my ready pizza and travelled the twenty yards or more to the neath of the Brooklyn Bridge where I, art as pure artefact, declared myself a bang (a … Continue reading

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One Brief Glance at Waiting Jaws

Looking for a way to feel? Then you need a return from the dead. All those past horrors coming back to haunt you. All those cherished memories no longer there in the past but here, in the here and now, … Continue reading

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