Author: Nik

Posted on September 4, 2018 by Nik

Desire

What’s not to love about a little love poem ; ) Waiting   impatiently to savour  the smokey taste  tobacco wine chocolate dark  traveller’s lips upon mine softly once more to hear that husky voice  chattering like water coursing across mossy mountain rocks singing    the delirious song of being  into my soul under my Read More

Posted on March 20, 2018 by Nik

Equinox Phoenix Rising

After an especially dark and internal winter, the light of new creativity and power have been welling up from within those murky depths, the looming horizon becomes present, the Phoenix rises!

Posted on February 23, 2018 by Nik

Fallen Angel

It’s winter – I’ve been writing a love poem for death – maybe it’s a Scorpio thing, I don’t know, but here ya go…   what heaving wings fell through the black night spinning down to earth, hot body crouched  in the moist ground pressed over naked form – the beloved crumpled wings and heart a kiss Read More

Posted on April 6, 2017 by Nik

Your pocket guide to the digital cash revolution. Bitcoin and beyond.

Everything you and your mum need to know about the new distributed currency and the decentralised information revolution – how and why to get onboard, in a nutshell. Bitcoin was born out of an extraordinary innovation to resolve the loss of faith in, and the failings of central banks, sovereign states and governments, after the economic collapse of 2008 in particular.   It Read More

Posted on August 12, 2016 by Nik

Syzygy

poetry – I mean, who fucking has time for poetry? but,   there is a moment when the light hits you and you don’t feel separate   a radiance obliterating every atom and  purpose as you stand basking, blissful, desolate at the edge of the world

sacred tree of life
Posted on August 2, 2016 by Nik

saved by beauty

Our one world will be saved by beauty when we remember how to see with the eyes of a child into the golden heart of every living thing. We will feel deeply the earthly memories etched into the mountains of home the forgetfulness in the oceans heave, the forgiving

Posted on August 26, 2015 by Nik

Burning Man, Carnival and A Pattern Language

Just as an individual person dreams fantastic happenings to release the inner forces which cannot be encompassed by ordinary events, so too a city needs its dreams. A Pattern Language is the seminal (1977) work of architect Christopher Alexander et al. describing a functional system to meet humanistic needs in the design of buildings, the Read More

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