Tag Archives: light and shadow

Enigma

How to live patiently, in praise of mysterious drift, the questions burning dark in your heart, stolen keys fitted to foreign locks; you, spy and thief to your own drama, holding shadows to high standards, must abide with fierce intent, … Continue reading

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Mariko

I knew from the beginning that Mariko was haunted, but there was nothing I could do about it. My only choice was to love her, and until the very end. I have five photographs left of Mariko. I burned all … Continue reading

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Dusk to Dusk

Cased in lucid glare she modeled herself as a pin-up sacrifice to the ribbed shadows that dyed her silence.   (Photo by Cindy Sherman)

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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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