Illustrations

Mire

Mire

“At last alone, his fire’s dying, Burned another day. Now to pretend, and make up an ending, somewhere far away.”

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Clouds Over Canterlot

Clouds Over Canterlot

“Come forth for the cattle call. Confront the evil river you can’t control. Wicked ways and venomous eyes, just human pony nature in disguise. Lost in this world, out on the edge, with death by our sides. Today I sworn that I wouldn’t mourn ya, Clouds over California Canterlot.”

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Indigo Children

Indigo Children

“E.M.P. from the mother and son, tore the digital down. Dawned are the age of the innocent ones. The indigo children. Analog time piece, sky wide, sync to the ticker inside. Move to the rhythm of the moon and tide, the indigo children. “  

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One With the Forest

One With the Forest

“Among deep green hills two eyes get lost in forests. Crystal flower, images slip. Among the trunks of the trees visions appear from the ground. Shades without roots but still exist. Strange animals. An eternal vital chain. Monstrous pre-historic. A level of unearthly power. But still… Everything flows. Some kind of a magic scar. Everything […]

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Vermillion

Vermillion

“I’m a slave, and I am a master. No restraints and, unchecked collectors. I exist through my need, to self oblige. She is something in me, that I despise. I won’t let this build up inside of me. I won’t let this build up inside of me. She isn’t real, I can’t make her real.”

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I Hear Colors (Chromaesthesia)

I Hear Colors (Chromaesthesia)

“I hear colors running through my mind. I can feel it dripping in my eyes. I see colors ancient spectrum lives. In through me they enter, make me shine. So bright. I see colors rolling just like vines. Hiding me and keeping me in line. I can hear them everywhere. screaming by and growing bright. […]

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Pinkie Pie on Acid

Pinkie Pie on Acid

Pinkie Pie’s entire universe peeled apart into thin layers, like an onion. She tried to explain to her friends who were watching her what was happening, but couldn’t because the part of the universe that was her sentence hadn’t reassembled yet.    

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