The In-between Castle


Above, dull maiden clouds linger,

in-between, an offshore fortress stands,

below, veils a filthy exchange.


Below, conflicting in mother’s pain,

in-between, harsh technology demands,

above, fort operator of the harr.


Above, supply till it dries,

in-between, binds murk to certain land,

below, bleed the earth for gain.


“Nature becomes a gigantic gasoline station, an energy source for modern technology and industry”[1]

[1] Heidegger, M (1966). Discourse On Thinking. New York: Harper & Row. p50.

copyright © Olsen 2016


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