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Standing by the Fresnel lens

standing by the Fresnel lens — stomach rising and plunging with distant ship on ocean swell — a subtle melody tickles my ears . eddying whistle-tones dimly penetrate the glass panels of my enclosed crow’s nest my lofty citadel warmed … Continue reading

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unborn melodies

a solitary lightflute keeps vigil on the shore of consciousness beaming unborn melodies across an ocean of incessant thought beyond the liminal curve of the ear’s horizon

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I spent several days playing the LightFlute on a remote point on Bruny Island in the Southern Ocean in October 2014. It was a remarkable experience. They call it a Light House… but no-one lives in it. It is a … Continue reading

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