Yearly Archives: 2011

The Unknown Oonána

The Unknown Oonána What is it that drives you into the arms of sorrow? Why are you always sighing? Cry to me to save you and I’ll come tomorrow if you keep on crying. You lust for the Stranger in … Continue reading

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In Memoriam Matris

“Now the sea churns my ashes…” Wisdom has etched these lines in your face. A sad knowledge looks out of your eyes. You have been there, you have seen it all. The world turned your head once. Like me, you … Continue reading

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To a Passing Stranger, by Charles Baudelaire (trans. Darkmoon)

The deafening traffic roared round me in the street. Tall, slim, in full mourning, noble in her grief, a woman passed by, with one stately hand lifting and swinging the rich hem of her gown: Swiftfooted, aristocratic, statuesque. As for … Continue reading

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Elegy for the True West, by Caryl Johnston [*POEM*]

“What my heart longs for, my conscience would forbid…” What my heart longs for, my conscience would forbid— Here’s two thousand years of history, neatly said. In our late abandonment, we lie along the road— Too long and hard!—and wonder … Continue reading

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Germany Then, America Now: A Talk Between Bro. Nathanael Kapner and Joe Cortina. (Pictures and captions by Lasha Darkmoon) ***

“It’s disgusting how the Jews are taking everything by storm….Even the Rome of Seutonius  has never known such orgies as the pervert ball of Berlin.” — Jewish writer Stefan Zweig Over a year ago, Dr Lasha Darkmoon wrote an article … Continue reading

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