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Writer’s deep sea task, how to breathe underwater– Air of faith, no mask. Advertisements
By land and by sea, this realm so full of weeping– Dive deep, my love, dive.
The solitary spectral figure gliding smoothly across the plane of sea, validated the woman’s faith in her blunt decision to leave off, unfinished, far from the unlit days of a life unsown.
The sea is the sea but it is also a sound recording of the sea, it is Memory, shroud and fathomless, and freighted with echoes. It is the case history of forgotten species and myths, the ghostlight of dead stars.
In the Beginning, when all was scrim and nostalgia to be, there was the Word, a dark sensual organism prefiguring Symbol, and in the mouths of babes desperate to dream aloud and chasten their hunt for meaning, the Word became … Continue reading
Incite, the heraldic crash of the ocean’s champagne fete, or, how the waves, lattice and white-maned, sire the sea’s cadent fret.
Is grace not near grief, a mirror’s oblique run of necessary doubles, how we, with hearts in tow, to drift and slow bleed, ask of tides a lone dock among so much sea.