Holosomnia – Featured Artist
island in the sky
the island is home hues left broken still breaking from time before the heart chakra is the third eye closing eyelashes reaching for the center the time has come for the beginning to understand there is no end there is no end there is no beginning only this moment reframing the mind and others we never reach the mind centers off in these outer layers dictating what you believe what it makes true its concepts of truth from the same branch of inability perceiving time as a season and a moment of thought as both an understanding and a misdoing when the river runs wild it runs too much and never enough the time that lapses won't let you live doesn't allow being death must be the natural conductor the eternal movement understood early in life and later dragged through the gravel picking out the glass preparing to heal the wounds we try not to be stunned by the reflection of our differing lives apropos of complicit life that deserves much less standing in the palms of its opposing multiverse the first is the same as the last is the same as the first is the same as the nucleus is the same as... well it goes the way it goes the colors sear my retinas the hills are alive they're burning me bright holographic insomnia at both ends floating to this world lifted in the surreal in the dreams of gonzo and anime in the island in the sky pulling at me spewing candied fruits from its confectionary and caramelizing all of life in all its eternities by LORIN DREXLER
Holosomnia creates striking visual dreamscapes with the help of machine intelligence. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for requests and commissions.
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Gen Society is an art space blog for visual art and creative writing collaborations, and other randomizations. Hosted by writer and musician Lorin Drexler, this online venue is an expressive experience for those interested in the world of the arts. It is a poetic journey through the hearts and minds of contemporary artists in practice and a reflection of those that have long passed.
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