Perched on a rocky outcrop, cast on the most desolate destinations, stand the lighthouses of this world. An old chunk of coal, whispering through the great ocean winds about times when the world churned with blacker gunk, tossing and turning in a malaise of growing pains. Even in the face of such obvious hazard, men […]Read more "The Lighthouse"
All the washed up rubbish and dying dreams of withered men tell a story about the infamous gap between the train and the station. It’s a maxim that drones itself into your skull through persistent savagery, preached by people and robots alike. In a transcended sense the utterance becomes internalised as a dire warning to the […]Read more "Mind the Gap"