Posts Tagged "alexandra seidel"

The Automaton to Her Engineer

by on May 5, 2015 in Poetry | 0 comments

My gears run smooth no more. They bite into each other like a crone’s teeth bite the apple’s flesh, like fingers of a dead man bite the living air. Soon my gears will be stuck, metal to metal and no room left for the winding, no key that could move these parts, no hammer to shake them,...

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Major Arcana I: The Mage

by on Nov 5, 2013 in Poetry | 0 comments

(I will be cold as thought hot as light deep as sin and doubly–full like a coin of Sun and Moon) There is alchemy within there is movement without; I am to decant thunder from my blood, Sum ergo cogito, I am a blade of grass that cuts the earth, the birth of life from within dead things...

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