When I first visited them, they had barely crawled from the sea. They were simple, primitive, pagan, unworthy. They fled as soon as I appeared to them. They shunned me and what I offered. I let them sleep. When next I went, another had come before me .He had told them tales and they had … More Teppup ni esrever
I am not God I am an artisan One who went at the start of time To work small wonders Which over time, were done I set it all in motion The gears began to chime And in their fashion, Things begun There was no reason to remain, And so I went upon my way, … More Poem – Clockwork World
I wrote this some time ago having been influenced by Harlan Ellison’s The Deathbird story. It’s partly an homage to that and partly an attempt to have a go at a very different style of writing. I hope you enjoy it. I This is the way we kill our gods Kill our gods Kill our … More Story – Deicide
Backwards It’s all backwards You begin in hell and then ascend Backwards Twisting Your hands emerge from earth Upwards You wrench like a wretch Lurching Falling upwards Against gravity Against sanity Against purity You fall Upwards against your will Slitting your way up the heavenly hill
I took part in a questionnaire a while ago concerning religious beliefs. I thought I’d share this as it sums up my position on religion. Were you raised atheist or did you have a religious upbringing of some sort? In other words, to what degree (if any) was religion or atheism part of your family … More Atheist Questionnaire
What’s so great about belief? You don’t live one day longer, You don’t grow any taller Or for that matter, any wiser What’s so great about belief? Nothing, so far as I can see You throw away a bunch of fairy-tales Except the one, which you keep and lock in a box, A costume cap … More Do I Want to Believe?