Monthly Archives: October 2014

Don’t Keep Your Head Down

THE BLACKSMITH’S DREAM My great grandfather was a blacksmith they worked in threes around the anvil taking turns to swing their hammers down but something made him hesitate and in that fatal instant his whole life hung in purgatory along … Continue reading

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The Keys Of Night

Usual drill. I had a strange idea for another ‘digital painting’ (my apologies to real painters out there, these things are more like designs, and I don’t know where they’re coming from), did it, then wrote a poem inspired by … Continue reading

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