Posts Tagged "f.j. bergmann"

House of Shadows

by on Feb 15, 2011 in Poetry | 0 comments

By F.J. Bergmann I look out onto a landscape that could have been formed by a glittering gas, heavier than air, hissing out of the showerhead to settle in translucent billows that occlude the view of the privacy fence, under the benediction of the mysterious animal ornamenting the roof,...

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by on Mar 7, 2010 in Poetry | 0 comments

By F.J. Bergmann Their hives were castles of yellow sulfur; their language, a barrage of white noise. Even their house pets had wheeled feet or huge faceted eyes the color of moons rising on our homeworld. Their excreta glowed in the dark, illuminating convoys of nocturnal harvest...

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