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Meeting Death

meeting death

falling from the universe he landed at my

feet

he was soft, strong and

warm

what a fright to give to

me

picking him up I knew

he was my

destiny

meeting death
meeting death
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the unexpected ending at the end of breath- agonal

the unexpected ending at the end of breath

the unexpected ending at the end of breath-agonal

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when the prey are prayed upon it’s too late

when the prey are prayed upon it's too late

siobhan dempsey artist

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Opium elixir of breath1

Opium elixer on breath

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Jordan in complete TEARS talking about the lack of encouragement in Society”

Embody the good story

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anterior disintegrates

anterior disintegrates

porphyrion

PORPHYRION was the King of the Gigantes who was struck down by Herakles and Zeus with arrows and lighning bolt when he attempted to rape the goddessHera during the Giant War.

He is probably the same as Eurymedon, who is named King of the Gigantes by Homer.

There are several possible etymologies for his name. It might derive from the word porphyreôs, “the surging,” referring to both the surges of the battlefield and of the sea. Another similar word porphyrô means “gleaming darkly.” The comedian Aristophanes in his play the Birds connects Porphyrion and his brother Alkyoneus with two birds, the purple-coot (Greek porphyriôn) and the halcyon (alkyôn).

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siobhan Dempsey

Imago

Fat, thin, immoral, lies excuses, excuses, excuses The descent comes and unfolds slowly pours and controls Senseless shallow disguised=power The cat kills the king, the moon hangs there
Fat, thin, immoral, lies excuses, excuses, excuses
The descent comes and unfolds slowly pours and controls
Senseless shallow disguised=power
The cat kills the king, the moon hangs there
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BLINDEDbyBALONEY

how sad inside

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Nature only has to sit back and wait.

 

We don’t need much help with our incestuous hate

 

Contrary to the adage ‘knowledge economy’ we become:

Distant

Incongruent

Uncalibrated

Disjointed

Destroyed

The complexity of the want and Fuck u mind is the only economy birthed from this new notion of knowledge acquisition= economy

Dumb wits

Save the world they are killing it.

Nature watches the self cannibalisation

Disequilibrium based on disconnection from self

Alienation employs what it knows best: terror, we rust inside

Kill yourselves oh how sad!

Schadenfreude

Hold my hand

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Róisín Amen

Róisín Amen

la petite mort

Róisín Amen

Un hommage à elle

 

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art
art
art
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290art battleground

When we are Crazy for each other

 battle ground

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ART

https://siobhandempseyartist.com/

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FROGS

FROGS“There was born of Helene and Akhilleus (Achilles) in the Islands of the Blest a winged child named Euphorion after the fertility of this land; Zeus caught him and with a blow knocked him to earth in the isle of Melos, where he continued the pursuit and changed the Nymphai [Naiades] there into frogs because they had given him burial.”

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ballincollig regional park
The sounding and seeing entity
Where the under is over and the on is off
Close your mind down
hear the stringless guitar playing man
having pissed in his coke bottle now HANGS silently
How can a belly so full of worldly angst take the silent tune and hear the unheard of.
How did others implant this ennui onto one who can’t spit it out into their faces?
INTO their empty,  so called educated,  fatuous and  self-serving faces
But turns it inwards and onto nature EXECUTED, they weep empty tears

 
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porphyrion

PORPHYRION was the King of the Gigantes who was struck down by Herakles and Zeus with arrows and lighning bolt when he attempted to rape the goddessHera during the Giant War.

He is probably the same as Eurymedon, who is named King of the Gigantes by Homer.

There are several possible etymologies for his name. It might derive from the word porphyreôs, “the surging,” referring to both the surges of the battlefield and of the sea. Another similar word porphyrô means “gleaming darkly.” The comedian Aristophanes in his play the Birds connects Porphyrion and his brother Alkyoneus with two birds, the purple-coot (Greek porphyriôn) and the halcyon (alkyôn).

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reverberations of him after kiss of death

THE HESPERIDES were the goddesses of the evening and golden cropped-gold-womanlight of sunset. The three nymphs were daughters of either Nyx (Night) or the heaven-bearing Titan Atlas. They were entrusted with the care of the tree of the golden apples which was first presented to the goddess Hera by Gaia (Earth) on her wedding day. They were assisted in their task by a hundred-headed guardian drakon named Ladon. Herakles was sent to fetch the apples as one of his twelve labours, and upon slaying the serpent, stole the precious fruit. However, Athena later returned them to the Hesperides.

The Hesperides were also the keepers of other treasures of the god. Perseus obtained from the artifacts he required to slay the Gorgon Medousa.

The three nymphs and their golden apples were apparently regarded as the source of the golden light of sunset, a phenomena celebrating the bridal of the heavenly gods Zeus and Hera.

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