dennis scharnberg

coeli et terra

Again, there will be a reluctance to use “good” and “evil”.  They will prefer “light” and “darkness” or “order” and “chaos”.  The idea, clearly, is to grind the words good and evil into dust.

Winslow Steele,  The Anatomy of Stasis.

the lonesome sea

If we have historians 300 years from now, and that seems unlikely, but if we do here is what they will say about us:  “They liked boxes.”

Charles Brookland,  Walking the Plank.