Posts Tagged "Erik Amundsen"

Jupiter and Gentian

by on Aug 4, 2014 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

2300 Words Gen walked on the endless, oscillating sea of liquid metal hydrogen and tried, tried to keep her consciousness together. The knight who followed her into the atmosphere, swam through the outer sea of hydrogen with her, he was here too. His armor defied the pressure, his banner...

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And Cut Down a Moment Later

by on Sep 6, 2011 in Poetry | 1 comment

By Erik Amundsen Light creep down the stairs, each day, a different plan of attack each angle a different disposition the great face plate of the sun, a golden shield, but beneath it, beautiful robes that you never see. And in his hands a sickle and a scythe, the corn bends up to tickle...

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