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  1. Fractured Songs on Moonlit Nights

    Fractured Songs on Moonlit Nights


    frozen landscapes................brittle bones.................

    ................imploding stars

    desolation.................carnage

    loss................forsaken.................abandoned

    cast aside like a broken toy
    no longer the golden boy
    revolution the only solution
    against a malevolent institution


    shattered.................seared................. ...
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  2. KILL IT WITH FIRE (Now with BASS)

    This is the second demo we recorded together with minimal mistakes.

    The bassist is Mike from Namtaru, and MAJOR RESPECT for learning this song in the same time it took me to write it.



    The final version is coming either tonight or tomorrow.

    We're gonna work some more.
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  3. A month of no writing (fiction)

    Time moves quickly, it seems, in the COVID days. Things that seemed to happen days ago sometimes turn out to be weeks ago.

    For the last month I've been busy with business, which involves writing web applications and other software, and that's a good thing. I need something to support the writing habit.

    I've also been reading Roger Zelazny's Amber series, and since that's ten books, it takes a while. At least individually, they aren't long books.

    I mentioned ...
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  4. KILL IT WITH FIRE (Final WIP)

    The next recording will be with the bass player, but this is a dry run-through of the whole song with minimal mistakes.

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  5. Poets & Epiphany

    Epiphany



    This is the word most misused by poets. It means “something invisible that emerges from something visible.” Poets forget it’s religious and requires divine intervention. To them, it’s “any eureka moment that offers a warm personal gesture of appreciation to a poet from herself.” I’m against solipsism, as it leads to uncertain outcomes.
    The classic case is “pnevma.” Ancient Greeks reasoned that pnevma, “breath,” was life’s essence, since it went obviously ...
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