• Eleonora Soteriou

Bad Seeds

Updated: Feb 5

Since the

experiment has gifted

a timelessness

the emotive core

remained constant

deeply bent and

traditional.

The tragic

death

the final part that began

the events surrounding its

composition

the

Skeleton Tree, draws from a

Palette of austere

reflection an unmatched totem

that seeks to catalogue and

reconcile grief.


Spinning

rumination

musings on

legacy applied to his

tries to will into existence

the end of peace

his deep

roaring final

split with

the moment

climbs into the sun

ensuing collapse,

cataclysmic

after

losing a child. Collect

seeds from each house where no one has died.

In failure realises that

grief

subsequently begins

(Enlightenment).


Cave

(‘There’s nothing wrong with loving

something you can’t hold in your hand’), now

‘possess’ the dancing ghost

glimpses of Bright

Horses beginning

the acceptance stage

imitations of clarity resolution,

ultimately bridge the path to peace.

admitting that although ‘we are fireflies a child has trapped

in a jar’,

‘We are here and you are

where you are’. Blunt as it may be, there’s

comfort in acceptance

in bad seeds…


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