Constellations

From the beginning to the end is it up or down or lateral or just hovering atoms like Mary Oliver BBC radio 4 sounds

we don't know we can't know we cry from nothingness as we are afraid of what: nothing

When she was flummoxed by the convolution

Beauty is deeper than you can know

When Manticore bewails a mortal man’s magic

no one can explain what happens to the heart when love enters and exits unfulfilled

When there is no remedia amoris you look to the stars

  When there is no remedia amoris you look to the stars

When fate interjects with chaos and energy and leaves a trail on the untrodden path:you must find it

Ecstasy Executioner 13

IT ALL HINGES ON THE DARK WHERE NO ONE COULD SAVE ME ONLY HIM. I NEVER DREAMED I'D MEET SOMEONE LIKE HIM

HE KNOWS HOW TO three

he's a deep throat specialist

pulled into his underworld

you never can tell what the fates have in store

the slice of life cut on the crust-he’s hot toast

you can' tell from the unexpected what to expect- feel the burn

Tender is the Cumulus

Rows of houses, all bearing down on me I can feel their blue hands touching me All these things into position All these things

Ode To Billie Joe Bobby Gentry him n me

wait here that sound

The Killing Moon- Echo and the Bunnymen-you’re inside-

in the cosmos hold on he's coming

Fluididty

SKYLLA (Scylla) was a sea-monster who haunted the rocks of a narrow strait opposite the whirlpool of Kharybdis (Charybdis). S

Blue fluid

The Mousai goddesses of music, song and dance, and the source of inspiration to poets.They were also goddesses of knowledge, w

Maybe it’s Sophocles

Maybe it’s Sophocles THE ELAPHOS KERYNITIS (or Cerynitian Hind) was a golden-horned deer sacred to the goddess Artemis.

God in natura

Pontos and Gaia (Gaea, the Earth) were parents of the ancient deities known as the Old Men of the Sea. By Thalassa, his water

deus sive natura Róisín

Ouranos and Gaia had twelve sons and six daughters. He locked the eldest of these–the giant Kyklopes (Cyclopes) and Heka

moore’s paradox

Believe that P often Not always Asserts P Alternatively Contradiction The first Step To absurdity Don’t Assert Enough Or Too

sunset

Scrying Touch and Go – Would You Go to Bed with me Touch and Go

scrying intense on mensch

dragging the deer underground

 

Where you’re taken don’t ask

weeping as the desert swallows

Hope I don’t fall in love with you and Euclid

running through the mist hitting darkness and light

You’ve been chosen to breathe here. So STAY 

you are lucky the chosen one of ones

When the bite disguises the ephemeral

caught in a scenario where knowledge is by passed with logomachy