stillness as wheel turns, spinning in open air, bike lays abandoned.
chromium tinged ant, cogs and legs articulate, seed machine alive.
muddy waters lap, in the distance a freighter, a sail floats on by.
sine wave pumping black, ink stained heart on white paper, winter seeping bones
‘Come on Suzie, get down from the ceiling and get into bed.’ Mary picked up a broom and began waving it in the air, trying to coax her down. Suzie swatted it away and glared. From the other room the phone started ringing. Mary sighed, lent the broom against the cupboard and left Suzie crawling … Continue reading Dinner Plans
Tommy sat on the fence that ran along the plot boundary of the convenience store. Behind him was scrubland and in front was the empty carpark. He sat close enough to the entrance, that when the store clerk approached the automatic doors, Tommy could see the whites of his eyes. Beside him on the fence … Continue reading Sitting on the Fence
Some people believe we’re stardust… We fade away and then reborn, to fly into the heavens and shine. The truth is far more beautiful. We are the space that fills the universe. Our memories like falling leaves; Dancing around the garden, amongst the stars.
Ryan pulled at the drawstrings of his hoody, tightening it around his face to protect from the wind and the drizzle. Ahead he could see the drawbridge was just about to complete its lowering, having been risen for a passing freighter. The lights turned green and the traffic continued across the bridge, their wheels splashing … Continue reading The Crossing
cataract sunlight, slowly steals the morning frost, black bird hunts for worms
Blazing midday sun, snail chasing it’s own shadow, clouds seeking the moon