TLK : Writing

Falling stars feel shame

Falling stars feel shame

A Story by TLK


Yesterday I was one god swamped by a pantheon. Our clay children pined for justice while imagining us wielding it behind the stars. Locked away ..
Tram lines

Tram lines

A Poem by TLK


Lying to himself had been too easy for too long. He looked at his hands: so like his grandfather's, restless in their strength, eager to hew and s..
Spires of science

Spires of science

A Poem by TLK


There was to be a tomorrow for us to share, but we ate it yesterday: greedily and with cream. I remember your face lit by the candlelight, so hung..
What once was green

What once was green

A Story by TLK


Redleaf likes to sit his daughter on his shoulders and run from camp: across the shore of the lake, into the forest. She giggles until she feels sick...
Deep pockets

Deep pockets

A Chapter by TLK


I refuse to drown in you, he thinks as he looks once more in her tidal eyes. I refuse to drown in you again. Yet she is already unleashing her waves u..
Prose with pretensions to be poetry

Prose with pretensions to be poetry

A Book by TLK


Please see my blog for definition of 'prose poetry'. It is an odd beast that is not one thing to all people. Perhaps not even one thing to one perso..
Their hair so slick

Their hair so slick

A Chapter by TLK


They lose their lives to small hates so easily that you wonder if they are allergic to love. Perhaps these gangsters, revelling in their roadsters, go..
He Blames Them

He Blames Them

A Chapter by TLK


-- 1 --He has a need to expend his seed: it is a never-ending endeavour, the smack of wood against leather. In the hot rush to consummate his love he..
Phosphor

Phosphor

A Chapter by TLK


The old man stood in my porch, hemmed in by the glass, fringed by spring daffodils. I didn't know him well enough to say that it was clearly his fault..
Stairway

Stairway

A Chapter by TLK


The enclosed haven of the stairway bounced around the sound of laughter; laughter at the shared realisation that they had averted Hemingway's crisis o..

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