Thin borders

Sunlight smashes itself against butterfly wings only to further bounce its remains towards the grains of dust disturbed by my breath – you hush, melting my silence in your own, and you smile, amused by the lack of answers. Somewhere there’s peace between the kings and queens on a chess table – but not on … Continue reading

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Wednesday pondering – on silence

I was reading about John Cage today and his famous piece, 4’33”. As you may know, that is a composition conceived in 1952, meant for any instrument (or combination of instruments), and the score instructs the performer(s) to not play the instrument(s) during the entire duration of the piece, which is meant to consist of … Continue reading

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forget-me-not – (very) short prose

[…] “Venetian” I thought, staring at the huge mirror in front of me. The reflection staring back at me was the same one I was used to see for several years now – that of a disciplined and impeccably looking flight lieutenant. I checked my uniform – spotless, perfectly ironed, not even the smallest crease … Continue reading

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