Tag Archives: nostalgia

Moment in Time

Can you hear, the cobbled morning streetsgathering in thick coarse handsthe staccato clang of hoovesand thin gray voicesarising from the ghostsof peoplecaught in a sudden sonata?Can you not hear,the distance of bones,calling upon lightin an unremembered flicker? Photo by Josef … Continue reading

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Hotel Story

Where she fell in love, a red-lettered memory of palms holding sun.

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Slowtorch

Beneath the cauterized furies, and unspent silences, amounting to greater deficit, there is, and always has been, at heart’s nimbus base, a soft, wistful melancholy, not unlike the adagio threads of rain silvering the opened palms of a small child, … Continue reading

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Bone Dry

Those crisp autumn nights, alone, with miles and miles of thoughts worn to the bone.   (Painting by Edward Hopper)

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Feelism

Feelism: emotional subjectivity filtered through the prism of Memory; story-seeds rooted in sensual Nostalgia. In my book, this is what happened has always taken a backseat to this is how it felt.

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Luna Park

Rigged trip to the moon, in a future long since gone– A round-trip mirage.

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