John Taylor - The Midsummer ChronophageJune 24th is Midsummers Day, officially the longest day of the year. On June 24th 2010 celebrated inventor and artist, John Taylor, asks us to reflect on the length of this day as he unveils The Midsummer Chronophage, his giant work of art that offers an alternative way of showing time...John Taylor - The Midsummer Chronophage5 years ago in Art Features
Chronophagenobody has ever told you that waiting is easy. that sitting on the edge of your seat, pulse steadily increasing and eyes fixed on an invisible prize, on an impossible future, isnt akin to the mass of the turbulent ocean crushing your shoulders, doesnt turn you into another condemned atlas. the weight of the world suffocating your strained heart, eroding mind, and aching muscles.Chronophage5 years ago in Emotional
nobody told you how time gnaws on heartstrings and saltstained vocal chords, neither did they tell you just how strong these electrical fibers of iron and vermillion dihydrogen monoxide are- just how much abuse they can take, just how many cuts and bruises and gashes, just how many gunshots and arrow shafts, or savage rips and tears your elastic heartchambers, wired grey matter, and delicate fabric of your soul can withstand before the breaking point. Before all hell breaks loose and everything falls apart.
I cant say its easy. I cant say that every day isnt an uphill struggle over mudded and broken terrain.
chronophagewhat's wrong inside this sphere?chronophage2 years ago in Free Verse
malted marrow and the
love was the first chemical to
placate out thirst
hushed in a thrush of copper and zinc
the past is a beast that devours the future
yet we still
trust the last page to betray the first