Troglodyte Escape


August 20, 2005



Saturday evening.

Stopped, into another room.



Fleeting glimpses into a realm beyond;

let me see.

Let me see so much more.






In my headphones,


"Have you ever wondered?

... where to dream is to believe

...Take me there

Take me there

So I can fly."

Excerpts from Infinity
Mouth Music,
CD: Shorelife
Rykodisc, 1995
















And later

by chance my daughter read to me,


To see a World in a Grain of Sand,

And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,

Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand,

And Eternity in an hour.

William Blake







I have no idea what this means

but I like the language.

I don't understand it,

but I cling hopefully to the words.

In letting go my goal to understand

maybe I can dream, see, fly.






I live

I long

I starve.



I breathe

I hope

I search.





Close my eyes,

that I might see.











My empty stare holds on an unfinished print on this bedroom wall.

It's time to return to it.


It's time to join







Troglodyte Escape






    Troglodyte Escape


Photographed lunchtime, Tuesday, April 20, 2004
Mount Newton Valley, Central Saanich, B.C.





Troglodyte Escape, wide angle










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Page created: August 20, 2005
Updated: August 26, 2005