Monthly Archives: July 2015

Tearing down the walls we build.

Behind us, empty chemistry labs and incubators await tomorrow’s progress. Across the road, ahead of us, tilted tombs reel from the earth, their encryptions weathered, reduced to runes beneath the trees, in the shadows, beneath the wheels, the squeal of … Continue reading

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Epicentre

Here in the dark heart of the city. Here, in the centre of the seven sided chamber inside the Great Hall, Cross Street, Market Street, Old Bank Street wrap around us, coiling tight, holding us close, arteries, cables conducting the … Continue reading

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Alaskan Heatwave

Out on the periphery, past the unreconstructed to the re-invented, a city in slow motion. Up off the leather, beyond the newspaper walls, up the stairs, across the landing and into the room. Beneath the blacked-out windows the chords are … Continue reading

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Waiting for civilisation to arrive

Into the arches, under the tracks, a dank respite and then out into the last of the light, the unending day and the heavy, heavy sky pressing down, filling every space, every pore, walking submerged in a thick, viscous liquid, … Continue reading

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