The First Day

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. All matter was formless and void. A tiny pinprick bursting with potentiality. Even time was born in the space of an instant. From nothing the cosmos was thrust out suddenly. It was catastrophe, cacophony, a symphony of chaotic noise collisions. Smashing atoms blasted through the … Continue reading The First Day

Unmorning Person

When I wake the dreams still cling tightly Their lovely tentacles pulling, caressing my brain Sleepy thoughts swirling cloudy, gentle As I climb out of bed and reassemble slowly The pieces of those dream-worlds remain Visions of impossible beauty sentimental Coming down from the transcendental Sunlight crashes in and burns the feelings that remain Morning … Continue reading Unmorning Person