Monthly Archives: September 2016


she cuts her teeth on shadows of weeping willow. hot dry wind, blows across the western plain, engulf the fresh carcass. ceremony commences. children pay respect in dance, women through song. old men capture sound of didgeridoo and clap sticks; … Continue reading

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i taught you words to a harmony which you could only hum. you left me when i needed you most.

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“My heart is empty and my thoughts are pure. I want for nothing. What’s mine is yours, I’m ready to share it all, everything” … “Yeah I do like keeping my treasure locked away, deep inside the dungeon, but I’ve … Continue reading

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