Cliff DwellersIn the shadow of the cliffsWhere the sun has not beenFar longer than we have beenWe sleep in the stone cavernsConcealed by the stone facesProtected by the stone wallsIn the shadow of the cliffsIs the womb of the earthFrom which we daily emergeWe suckle at her cold springsEating the flesh of our brothersAnd shaping their bone and skin
EurydiceDon't look back at meI will follow you, my loveI have gone to Hell and back againFor you, loveI am right behind youMute, but certainly hereWas it worth it to put my lifeIn the hands of one who cannot trust me?
New MoonThe surface of the moonIs a blank baby's faceOpening it's eyes for the first timeThe young are so small and fragileAnd inexperiencedBut a newborn smile is alwaysThe most sincere
Solid GroundStaring down at linoleumI find myself standingOn a floor of glassHovering above a white expanseFrom so high upI can barely see the crests of mountainsPulling down and downUntil the little panes seem to swellBeneath my feet
A Quick QuestionIf I stab you once,Will you let meDo it again?Oh.Okay.