Posts Tagged "Bogi Takács"

A User Guide to the Application of Gem–Flowers

by on Aug 4, 2014 in Poetry | 0 comments

You will need the riper gem–flowers, those that grow on cliff faces around this time of the year; they attach to flesh easier. You can moisten them with your tongue; this does not start the bonding process. You need to break the skin before application — we recommend an obsidian knife....

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Recordings of a More Personal Nature

by on Nov 5, 2013 in Short Fiction | 3 comments

The air inside the small Temple chamber was cool despite the heat of summer, and the thin turquoise curtains kept out errant flies. Even the sacred symbols painted on the walls with bold blue and red strokes radiated tranquility. “Sixscore eight sheaves to the house of Matlan Udruf,...

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