Category Archives: Poetry
Sharp mountains piercing the sky at dawn, casting their distorted reflection across a lightly lapping lake; and I can hear the eerie sound of trumpet blasts from the peaks calling an ancient race of men to their morning rituals, sitting … Continue reading
The following poem is inspired by the 112 Dharana’s (meditations) described in the gorgeous versus of the Sri Vijnana Bhairava Tantra. This poem was composed on the flight home from Indonesia in November, where I rediscovered a part of myself … Continue reading
Lonely but not alone, deeply feeling the world…and it confounds me. No tears or rain yet still my head runs like diluted ink. Each day passes like years, each year passing in a day. I have no idea how best … Continue reading
THE MAGICIAN Nearing the end of the final act the magician reaches into his hat To see if he Can once again pull a rabbit from within But catching hold of emptiness his fingers find the cold abyss Reaches until … Continue reading
Yog Sothoth opens the gate, salivating the Old Gods step through. The indolent herd, fat and ripe, has forgotten its stories, the thread to self, the last defense dissolved in recrimination and the blood will stream into thickening rivers as … Continue reading
Calming cool fog slips into the bay, heroin through a thirsty vein.