Tag Archives: time
Long ago, slowly crossing the bridge in winter– Footprints in fresh snow. (Artwork by Hiroshige) Advertisements
Craft. Tactile homage, and respect to craft, its inviolable depths and integrity, to approach craft as you would a fertile god, to practice, radically, at its altar, to consecrate with marked intent, and to know in your heart’s heart that … Continue reading
Inevitable, the vortex calling her back– Little girl’s first loss. (Photo by Heather Ross)
One thing we cannot recover is time. And perhaps every writer, as a fugitive stalker, as a fool-hero on a desperate quest, sets himself this glorious, impossible task, the solvent recovery of time through the mortal fetters of a merciful … Continue reading
I awoke early and took my sweet time getting ready to exist in the way and who I wanted to become.
Moon turning blood-red, tides roiling, writer signs crosses to stand Time’s test, sound and fury bridled through carnal lightning and soil of pen.
There is no waiting, not really. Only bated suspension between commas, axles and imports; the spaces between lovers lie in fertile fields fed by small gods and nameless faeries who, by sacred squalls of weeping, consecrate the soil’s underlying reap. … Continue reading
Slowed to deepen tracks, devotion marks the way through– Time’s storied passage.
Early morning. Turning to face you. First kiss, skin on skin, to claim holy fire coiled in mortal intimacy. I know that one day I will die to you, you to me, Time bruises softly. Sense of ephemera compels me … Continue reading
Consider the hours, consecrated puffs of smoke shot through with dusty light.