From The Black Lagoon Which philosopher said we are all slave to Fate? I am sure there must be one, if not several. The Future is always aphoristic – these pithy sayings are such as can survive and go forward, small and strong when other thoughts, larger and unwieldy, fall down. So men take theContinue reading “Of Fate”
It is a great imagination to make a ship in reversal, Which creates a small demesne, where the world, therefore all the Laws of the World, must be put in reversal, A blotch, which waxes across the whole globe, or has the capabilitie to. But then this is an odd world.
The Governor of Jamaica walked his estate, and not from God received his great inspiration. By the Cedar, the Logwood, the Cocoanut Palm and Palmetto, By the Ginger Plant and the Cabbage Tree. From Port Royal two miles down the track, away from the bustle and mess of pirates, the explosions of dragons, men goingContinue reading “The Black Lagoon 1. The Inspiration”