Colours vibrate as air carries tonnes upon tonnes of steel and meat and electronics

Maraudering heart

Embraces an expectant joy, the thrill of caressing transcendencies sinks back in hot asphalt of runway


Suppressed by the piecemeal spectacle of sights


Civilization in a coil, one

Pressuring the other, harmoniously erotic

Stewardess’ hips

a river, a shoreline, indigo water ice, more wine


Enhanced to absurdity, the ability to own spaces, some childish defiance

Of common sense

necessities in Wrights’ impossible design, multiplied

hymn to ingenuity, powerfully humiliating

cascading fury of a tricked god

Babels reaching for the sky

In their well-earned hubris