Home Coming

As snow rests her third leg, The sun colours the white mask over red, clear crystal glasses; Roaming the highways each vehicle heads towards the mountains of fresh alps and crisp air, Thin lines of column enclose the tracks. Earthy blue sheets of reflection cover half the sky, Skeleton robots hold the wires to power the city like silent guardians, their presence hidden by their transparent frame; Red and grey checked lego boxes emerge, as to monopoly red sheds and wooden fences line the journey. Roughly crafted stone lift the foundations in place, Mini grey craters spotted here and there; … Continue reading Home Coming