Tag Archives: fugue

Mist

There will come a day when, unplugged and remote, you dissolve and slip gently between the veils, so much mist needed for mourning’s soft focus into grave clarity.

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Fugue

Wraiths of limb, breaching the city’s vague hints of fugue– People disappear.

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Surface

Alchemy of fugue, shifting tides rent rising blues– surface lies in wait.

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TV

Light, a beacon in a fish-bowl. It was the only channel Bobby received at night after his parents went to sleep, after his vision adjusted to the warning signals arraigned in silence.

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Fugue

(Written in response to Josef Sudek’s “Sunday Afternoon on Kolin Island”) The camera’s lucid eye swaddles them in gauze, reverse cocoon effect and causal brakes of a fugue, fast-tracking lives to ashen blanks.

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