When the malediction really began, no human could really say. But for its most recent victim, it began one cold morning at the bank of a river.
Editor; Bad; Justice; Crucifix; Trap
So eating an apple is good, that’s why it was in my lunch. School is good, but eating an apple from the Tree of Knowledge was not.
A Pocketful of Change
I am not asleep, but I pretend I am. Clenching my face, eyes tightly shut and breathing loudly, as a 4-year-old this is my best impression of being asleep. It isn’t a terrible performance, but it is unlikely that I am fooling him. I hear him shuffling in his pocket, the coins weighing it down heavily. The pockets are as deep as his generosity.
Deep within barren rock, your truths lie buried, striated strands of dimming light
Reflecting Sound and Story: A Review of The Echo Chamber by Michael Bazzett
. The work seeks to explore the myth of Narcissus and Echo contiguously alongside ideas of modernity, capitalism and the self. The myth, from Book III of Ovid’s Metamorphoses begins with Hera who, in a fit of rage, put a curse on Echo saying “Your voice will be more brief, my dear! You will always have the last word - but never the first”.