Tag Archives: david lynch

Hers and Hers

Never the same woman twice, reality assigns symmetry to fractures, while crossing infinite lengths in blurred pursuit of fated mending.

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Lost in Transit

the morning after she realized the life she led was someone else’s.    

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Obsession

To be claimed by that which you can never possess– the cyclical deficit of longing in bated arrears.

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Case in Point

Images tell us the right kind of nothing, how one way or another you as a witness will prove unreliable in a world governed by parallels.   (Image from Lost Highway)

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David Lynch’s Room to Dream

Review of the new bio-memoir, Room to Dream, written by David Lynch and Krisitine McKenna. “For the past forty somewhat years, David Lynch has dreamscaped a long day’s journey into night, taking audiences on a hallucinated tour through the underworld … Continue reading

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Proof

Twinning, to ravel frayed hearts in ghost-dark concert– Proof, to no avail.

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Scour

To scour ruins, mirrors bind the darkest glare– She will betray you.

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Possession

Possession breeds claws, foreshortened, to grasp at straws– Nature turning tricks.

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Red

Never before seen footage of lives dreamed in red- set fire to curtains.

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Secret

How the secret falls, from bowed lips modeling noir– Night calls burn slowly.  

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