Category Archive: Langdon

Rainforest (haiku)

Homestead to worlds. Mother. Swim, crawl, climb, fly—such sons dear. Why pave where gods live? —Langdon the Tree Boa

INT. ZOO — CAFETERIA — NIGHT

A whole SLEW OF ANIMALS convene around a table. FRANK the seagull perches on a chair. FRANK Alright. Let’s go around the table. Buster, let’s start with you. BUSTER Okay, yeah. That goat… Continue reading

INT. ZOO — RAINFOREST EXHIBIT — DAY

BYRÓN the hummingbird and LANGDON the tree boa lounge in an open-exhibit tree. They’ve been talking, regarding their onlookers. BYRÓN Ah, but not so sure, I sink, for who’s observer and who’s observed?… Continue reading

What is worth taking?

  Now that is a particularly insipid question, isn’t it? “Worth taking.” As if one’s one gain, under right circumstances, can be worth the expense of another. I see little ethic. No, if… Continue reading