Silence from Screaming


July 7, 2021 / Amber Weir




In the old world, light and color ruled.

Now,

delicate outlines of silhouettes represent us

as imperfect,

forever shifting and evolving.




Welcome to the void —  an abyss where

silent screams pierce the ear.


Empty,           Vacant,         Desolate.




Earth is a memory:




       Slowly

                                          Fading

                      Fading

                                                       Slowly

(GONE.)







The sun vanished,

the stars disappeared.



Expelled,

Perished,

Expired.

     


Now, beauty is determined by our shadows:

Darkness marries Darkness.




The sky is purple, filled with endless space.

The ground is empty, looking for conflict.

Here,

Dissonance brings Peace.

In a world

evacuated of meaning,

                                          The Vacuum is delightful:



          Space

                         Fills

                                     the

                                                Soul.



An overwhelming  presence  surrounding us

reminding us our

inexorable fate.


Until then,

We       Live      In    The      Unknown.





We appreciate the pauses, the commas of life

recognizing nothing is definite: but the end.


The End.


                              

Destination: Unknown. ■







by: Amber Weir

layout: Caroline Blanton

photographer: David Zulli

stylists: Maya Halabi

hmuas: Brandon Muniz & Michelle Adebsi

models: Tony Vega & Priscilla Takyi


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