Morbidity in Motion (a three part visual-experimental monologue) / Elancharan Gunasekaran

I.

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looking through the peephole/ stagnant strange/ something says nothing/

sometimes nothing is intended/ watching shadows watch back/ looking through/

all is dark/ all is blackness/ dark

II.

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what becomes of the chatter/ the pandering of demons/ the lock speaks/

the keys rustle/ the phantom of someone I knew/ is mumbling/ rhymes rhythms poetry/ walking away from memories/ a moment/ walking away from the casualness of reality/ a morbid play of words/ something to ponder

III.

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the becoming is stranger/ in motion/ this body becomes grey/ becoming a rite/ a passage/ transit/ from body to body/ from flesh to duress/ the becoming becomes its own/ the dead define us as dead/ how can you soul search that which does not carry a flame within itself/ slowly/ the becoming is complete/ that which stands before you

is your own image/ bequeath with solemnness and silent rage/ the fire that you speak of is drowned in the void/ in the void between motion/ between the spaces of change



Elancharan Gunasekaran is a multidisciplinary artist and poet. He has a strange love for all things poetical and Sci-Fi. A winner of the Montblanc X Esquire Six-word Story prize 2017. His latest publications are Superatomicluminal (Hesterglock Press), Gods of the Gonzo (Analog Submission Press) and The Cosmosnaut Manifesto (UndergroundBooks).

He arts and writes on Instagram/ Twitter: @elancharang and curates a visual space at https://www.elancharang.com

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