Oriab is a very
great isle, and its port of Baharna a mighty city. The wharves of Baharna
are of porphyry, and the city rises in great stone terraces behind them...
As the ship drew into the harbor at evening the twin beacons Thon and Thal
gleamed a welcome, and in all the million windows of Baharna's terraces
mellow lights peeped out quietly and gradually as the stars peep out
overhead in the dusk, till that steep and climbing seaport became a
glittering constellation hung between the stars of heaven and the
reflections of those stars in the still harbour.
Prophets of the apocalypse, or merely the ultimate garage band? You decide.
An electronic magazine featuring reviews, stories, poems, photography, and letters on a variety of topics. Edited by a friend of mine; I did the web design and graphics.
How to Recognize Evil, Doggerel and Catapus, 20 Years in a Bottle, Backyard Notes, and more. Web site hint: When in doubt, click!
Web site of my late good friend Thomas Ashley-Farrand, a bestselling author of books and tapes about the practice of mantras.
Home page of Frank Lazzaro, drummer and percussionist in many styles and also instructor of West African djembe drumming and Middle Eastern dumbeck drumming.
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