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we try to relax in the places of ghosts; we superimpose, we lean back

and with such dim headlights, just fly into the black

a creature native and indued unto that element
1 January

Walking down the road in the middle of the night
Singing this little song to myself:
"I will find you,
I will find you, secret self,
I will find you, whatever I'm looking for,
I will find you, I don't know,
I will find you, hidden world,
I will find you!"
The wind blows through my clothing, saying the same thing:
"I will find you,
I will find you, hidden core,
I will find you, skeleton,
I will find you, and beyond,
I will find you, and keep blowing."
Not even knowing what I'm looking for,
By walking in the dark, my life is just saying only one thing:
"I will find you!"



apparitions, aquatic tragedies, big black death, brooding introspection, canidae, catharsis, cosmic voids, covert incantations, cyclical awareness, damp woods, dissociation, dreamtime, gravity's heavy arms, haunted everythings, holy mountains, hypostasis, internal landscapes, lunar potency, murky depths, nasturtiums, native american temporal concepts, night's thrum, not talking, paranormality, regressive tendencies, renewal, reverence for the mundane, sea mist, space, strange silences, swimming in/staring at pools, that other sound, those predestination blues, too late too late, visceral reverberation, weather lore, weltschmerz, when nature reclaims territory


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