For the first trick he'll concieve,first one Adam, then one Eve;He's the father they believeBuilding with divine precission,temples, statues, edifices,made of sweat, blood and sacrifices;To summon sheep into submision,in the name of gods and their religion;He controls, through lies and terror,in the name of the cross bearer,or some other holly master....He's the pastor of disaster;Fear … Continue reading The Magician’s last trick
Originality doesn’t really exist. Every piece of original work is a derivative of something else. Art, design, engineering, most of the products we love today are a novel reinterpretation of something that was already made. If everything would be recorded you could always trace it back to source. It’s in our nature to copy. Babies … Continue reading Originality
The other day I was chatting with a friend who just upgraded his phone. I’ve asked him why did he buy a new phone if the other was still good enough. He said that the new one has a better camera, but he just wanted to have the newest model. I hear that a lot, … Continue reading On good craftsmanship and engineering
With the progression of years I sometimes find myself in melancholic reflection of the good old days. The irony being that I never knew I was living the good old days until many suns have set upon them. Isn’t this the irony of the human condition? Always stuck in the past, endlessly thinking of a … Continue reading Melancholy of a space traveler
What we imagine, is a tiny glimpse of possibility. Sometimes, we imagine something which we want to see, or see something which is not really there. Just a figment of imagination. Sometimes, our minds take us places which our bodies might never get to experience. Other times, our bodies experience what our minds cannot comprehend. … Continue reading Can you make fire from ice?
IX-VI-MMXVIII i will make a cake, it's imaginary temporary, as my thoughts may be my recipee, is visionary chery, berry and a bit of raspberry add some crushed crampberry a little strawberry and mix them gently, no sugar, it's not necessary trust me, it will be extraordinary I'm and artist of the culinary X-VI-MMXVIII one … Continue reading kimberry cake
... two kisses in my heart I treasure, the first one is from my mother and the last time we brushed our lips together. ... third kiss completes my measure, and is going to seal my lips forever.
Today you took a feather form your hair, from your book an empty page, and wrapped them together with care. Today you gave me a stage, so I can sing for you when I'm not there, so I can show how much I care. Today I'll wite a ballad, written with my blood, to heal … Continue reading Today you smile
For the past month or so I've been having some money troubles. I got here as a result of overspending on things I wanted, but did not actually need. It finally got to me and sooner rather than later I had too much month at the end of my salary. It's nothing serious, nothing wich deserves … Continue reading The gratitude of spoiled kids
Yesterday I saw a guy riding his bike while sipping from a soda. At one point during his trajectory I see him emptying the liquid in the bottle, doing like a pendulum movement with his hand. His bike had a grocery basked attached in front so I figured “Oh such a nice guy, he’s emptying … Continue reading The hypocrite