After the End
'After the End' is a sequence of linked narrative poems, revealing a philosophical encounter between various necessary polarities: eye and ear, faith and reason, mythos and logos, essence and existence, as well as the connecting bridge, the corpus callosum, between them. The bridge is the a priori medium of language or the crossing from silence to speech and writing, but it's also a metaphysical bridge between a poet's being and the life of his soul.
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Epylhon Epyllion Every Day
The Art Whore
Fire Stone and Holy Water
The Flatliners Bridge
The End Meets the Beginning
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