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Category Archives: Reprint
“If dreams are like movies, then memories are films about ghosts.”—Adam Duritz Skin flakes fell. Blood baked on the hot asphalt. The salty, metallic stench of sweat wafted in the summer air as the zombie shambled, chasing the frazzled sheriff … Continue reading
unless you consider the wail of a glacier as it splits down the middle under the shimmer of Aurora Borealis, the crack of lightning striking the crook of a branch so thick it creaks and crackles on its slow fall … Continue reading
Poetry is a stop sign— either you get it or you don’t. Surprisingly few do. After all, how many drivers ever really come to a complete stop? This is a reprint of work originally published in Lāhaina Noon. Eric Paul … Continue reading
Night draws me from my house. I gaze at the sky. A star falls. My mother, who believed God fills the sky, once said falling stars are the only gifts the heavens give. I remember my mother, gone now, only … Continue reading
Place your tax break near my lower bracket and then brace for balance upon impact as I send you swirling toward the higher class of holy angels that walk amongst us here on earth. Place your precious lips around the … Continue reading
A user interface to a user interface to itself !i we too are spectators to||oʇ sɹoʇɐʇɔǝds ǝɹɐ ooʇ ǝʍ ǝɥɔʎsd sןןɐ-ɔ ʇ\ı ǝɹʇɔǝds ǝɥʇ||the spectre i/t c-alls psyche converts of the sectator||ɹoʇɐʇɔǝs ǝɥʇ ɟo sʇɹǝʌuoɔ ɟןǝs pǝןןɐɔ-ʇɐǝsuoɔ ɹoʇɔɐ-ɹɐɥɔ||char-actor conseat-called self … Continue reading