“The Boy Who Died in His Sleep”
Jeremy tries to scream to force himself awake,
He knows that even if this is all a dream, this is not fake
A portal to the Inter-Dimension has opened under his bed
And it’s absorbing him whole, invading the dreams in his head.
The colours swarm all around, filling his entire brain’s sight
Surrounded on all sides, Jeremy tries valiantly to put up a fight
But the Inter-Dimension can’t be fought with a tiny human fist,
Since it fills the gaps between realities, and doesn’t really “exist”.
With each universe ever expanding, the Inter-Dimension has holes
Which it plugs by absorbing children, and stealing their souls
If no sleeping boys died, the universe would cease to be
A child’s death is needed to maintain the Fabric of Reality.
But when the morning comes, his mother will still weep
For this night it was just Jeremy’s turn to die in his sleep.
Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues create 3,500 pounds of Cascading Chains Hanging 120 feet.
mysterious crochet doily found under bridge in bristol … england …
“To some it’s a giant nylon spider’s web, to others it’s a 12ft doily. Whatever the bizarre art statement is, bemused motorists have no idea how the rogue knitting project turned up beneath an underpass in Bristol. The huge spider web under Stapleton Road railway bridge in Bristol is believed to be the work of ‘yarn bombers’ or ‘guerrilla knitters’ - street artists who make decorations by knitting or crocheting wool, or turning yarn into pom-poms.”
Bristol based painter Mike Carr’s work exudes a playful burst of energy emanating from the chaotic brush strokes and blending of colors that exist on his canvases. The slightly abstract result is an exercise for Mike to not be limited by routine. See more of his work below: