‘Fair I was also, and that was my ruin.’ –Goethe


On the other side of a mirror there’s an inverse world, where the insane go sane; where bones climb out of the earth and recede to the first slime of love.

And in the evening the sun is just rising.

Lovers cry because they are a day younger, and soon childhood robs them of their pleasure.

In such a world there is much sadness which, of course, is joy…

{ Russell Edson, Antimatter from The Childhood of an Equestrian, 1973 | Thanks James! }