Haiku: Early Morning Light

darkened   ellipses released my shuttered eyes crack  early morning light Haiku (俳句) is a type of short form poetry originally from Japan. Traditional Japanese haiku consist of three phrases that contain a kireji, or "cutting word", 17 sound syllables, in a 5, 7, 5 pattern, and a kigo, or seasonal reference. Weekly Theme: Japanese … Continue reading Haiku: Early Morning Light

Light & Air (collaboration)

fear waits staccatomy sunken chest rises sharpthe clouded breath wafts accosted by frigid airreaching through the cracked window soft bellyrises and fallseyes closedI pay attentionto my connection timeless traditionbreeding safely within kinunfettered I flymy permeable will flowsone with the hidden senses an empathhypersensitive skininheritedyet, I remain heresponge like absorbing my delicate touchraps upon the spectral shieldethereal … Continue reading Light & Air (collaboration)

Dust

Archive Week This week I will posting unreleased material from last year and also reposting some reworked versions of my earliest wordpress posts which didn't receive much of an audience. Enjoy. Within and without A blanket for the world who show in slithers of light Pin point spectres Present Form and collapse Drifting listlessly on … Continue reading Dust

A Dark Matter

Darkness weighs down upon me. There are three hours left until sunrise, but I'll be dead long before the sun blesses this land. The intermittent flickering of my flashlight confirms my fear, they are already here. Our intentions were honourable; reanimate dark matter in the hopes of better understanding the origins of the universe. Except, … Continue reading A Dark Matter