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‘Winter’s Lament’

Hold on to the fleeting days of Winter for soon they may be gone forever. All those stories for all those years about the light driving out the dark, the heat burning away the cold and now we find ourselves on a boiling world under an unrelenting sun. We should have worshipped the Winter as much as the Summer. We still should, while there is time. Damian Mark Whittle

‘Two Found Love, One Found the Woods’

‘Two Found Love, One Found the Woods’ The same stories reaching backwards and forwards in time, from the before the birth of mankind and until long after its passing.Two found themselves as one and one found themself in solitude.The tale repeats forever, ends and beginnings echoing each other without mercy, and if you are assigned a role in it, then there is no escape. You can but learn. Damian Mark Whittle

‘The Life Cycle of a Pylon-Born Lifeform’

The following images were captured by researchers to the planet Earth following the recent major extinction event which appeared to have wiped out the hitherto dominant species of degenerate ape-based lifeform. Our researchers indicate in their incomplete report that a new species appears to have become dominant. What little communication they managed to make with it indicates that this species calls itself the Teysas-Kochora though this is only an approximate translation. It would appear that this lifeform buds from the still active power systems of the ape species and is… Read more ‘The Life Cycle of a Pylon-Born Lifeform’