Month: June 2019

The City of Empty Towers

“Cycles pass.  I hunt the empty city to die on the revenants of ancient Ah’kee larders.  In the remains of their gardens and roofs I find a kind of edible moss.  I collect and store the precious rain.  Sometimes I find the remains of a bird.  Each day a challenge, each night a defeat.  The thought of a battle to … Continue reading