Guest column by T of Vegas
Afterimages Wreckages of the pastEternally damned to repeat it.Exploded views incinerated by the electricity of truthPierced by the arrow of time keeping everything from happening at onceWhile the tombstone is still blank, the chisel is already poised.Distraction and temporary relief running through the bottomless vessel of inherited emptinessTrite maxims of unconscious discontent encased in flesh to become universal lawAmending the inner coordinate in a pathless world of self-imposed unawarenessInner knowing the only compassToo deep a whole in a constant state of lack making greater things decayGoing blind scanning the horizon for answers to attenuate the painSight without visionPerpetual desire sets the foundation of a nadir that time does not enterEndless loop of fleeting phenomena clamouring and interferingMental suffering ...
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FRUITION. ( . . . ) I can hear it fading / fading like gas. ( . . . )I am having a hard time figuring out what you came here for.You are reading the column of an online publication. I never do that, so I do not really know what you expect. It seems reasonable to assume that you will continue reading this.Very well!Here is what I know: You have seen this column or have clicked a link and something has attracted you to it, otherwise why would you be looking at this? You are capable of decoding symbols in order to derive meaning.In other ...
SPB contributor T is a global traveler. In visiting countries he’s a fan of music (that is the Scene ...
FRUITION. ( . . . ) I can hear it fading / fading like gas. ( . . . )I am having a hard time figuring out what you came ...
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