Author Archives: m.byrne

pozzolana and the train ride

dust mottled steam bulbs lazily out from soot-crowned stacks in the distance as we pass a dry-laid stone prison. concrete hoppers belch forth quantities of sand and lime as we pass soft wet foundation walls bristling with rebar like the … Continue reading

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while offering a synergism

the hard warm ground the streaked and crumbling stones the birds lifting out of the grass and fallen leaves rising upwards in curls so continuously it seems as though they are emerging from the creationary earth. effercescent and carrying all … Continue reading

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in the society of principled minds

oh, pale young regulator with her accidental hands, controlled by flexible casing and wire, do you sit comfortably wile your consciousness is harnessed to a certain flesh? she says to me ‘the problem with androids is that they are not … Continue reading

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in the higher order of animals

malicious children in the upturned dark, hemisphering around windows filled with cinder blocks.

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‘Hurld in the Hadean eye’

“Rocks are like immensely slow waves,” She said, turning a bit, “And occasionally they weep,” Now with her back to him entirely.

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for lars von trier

windblown and screeching she clambered towards the sky like a deranged tree, root-bound to a balding mountaintop.

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“For an old bitch gone in the teeth, / For a botched civilization,”

a small buddha sits absorbing all motion, deep rumbles beneath the earth, vibrating into the buddha’s mind. monogamous billboard hermetic hay bales fabco and zaber industries tired joys and torrential fuel magic body collision. great billows of smoke in the … Continue reading

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