Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bamboo

Bamboo thickly creaking, Shaking thin leaves into crowded choice-less penetrations. Fungi feed on damp decayed canes crumbling softly, fragmenting death, thinning light between spaces. Bare ground grows bald, broken under moments. Above, echoes flute-through sound-scapes, shooting greens in splitting motion, … Continue reading

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Bamboo Crossing

Walking through a bamboo grove Standing above and peering within I heard a call Hinted at first, until the connected Cacophony, creaking and shrieking Shook the thin leaves of me down the hill Into a dark quieting place I bowed … Continue reading

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