Saturday, September 13, 2008

The Travelling Crystal



From Laynie Browne's The Scented Fox

The Travelling Crystal

Sought

v.

There you stood at the top of the stairs, the found sentence or the found bedroom. Where had she placed the travelling crystal?

Dressed like a portrait, there you stood at the top of ordeals of every kind. I kept opening the page to 'morning and evening star,' and the refrain kept repeating, unneccesary noise harms the countryside.

4 comments:

C. L. DeMedeiros said...

I put a lady under the stairs
and you put a little girl
in the top of the stairs.

;)

C. L. DeMedeiros said...

I'm having problems uploading some of my altoide boxes
they come upside down or side ways
it's very frustating.
it's something in the blogger
because in my pc everything is in right place.
not upside down or side ways

notmassproduced said...

beutiful and atmospheric

troylloyd said...

perfect subtle background
w/ radical changing verbs
in action of spinwheel
turning in unneccesary noise
& the seeker seeming
transfixed agaze at
bright silent spot:
۞