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Trying to live with creativity without letting it take over the stubborn bleakness of reality is an ironic twist to the dismissal I showed it 14 long years ago. Doubly ironic in that it's a source of creativity in itself.

Here we have our rifts - too far apart and we lose sight, forget, we get lost, or fall into the dividing, expanding black. Too close together and we can clash, disfigure ourselves in a futile attempt to conjoin these twins at the hip.

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About the Author

Miguel Jacq
cleaner987 Melbourne, Australia

Miguel Jacq is a French-Australian writer.

He lives in Melbourne, Australia where he runs (some say ruins) an I.T business.

His first poetry collection, titled ‘Black Coat City’, explored concepts of anxiety and identity. It was released in print and e-book in February 2013 (presumably the critical acclaim is drunk in a bar somewhere).

His work has appeared (or is to appear) online and/or in print by The Blue Hour Press, Dagda Publishing, Deep Water Literary Journal, Kind of a Hurricane Press and Vox Poetica.

He writes regularly at http://migueljacq.com

Publish Date  November 06, 2012

Dimensions  Pocket  28 pgs   Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Poetry

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