Monthly Archives: November 2017

Wounds/abuse 

Originally posted on Recluseangel:
Howling shrieks rouse the midnight hour “Her wounds” ?awaken to the tune of a different serenade… Effortlessly down the stairs ?she glides, “Her wounds” cry a melancholic strain The music plays … She gladly makes new…

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The Art of Vengeance

“Art goes to where words cannot reach.” James Romaine This reminded me something Odysseas Elytis said so long ago (note: “Wanting to be Heard“): The lack of synchronicity between nature and man caused the lack of synchronicity between body and soul. … Continue reading

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On Sacrifice

On Sacrifice, by Kelly Davidson My father was a fighter pilot stationed in Germany during the Cold War. His much older brother, Ken, spent all of WWII as a sailor, clinging to the frozen railing of a Corvette in a … Continue reading

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How we begin to remember

Under African Skies by Paul Simon Joseph’s face was black as night The pale yellow moon shone in his eyes His path was marked By the stars in the Southern Hemisphere And he walked his days Under African Skies This … Continue reading

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