I'm out of the Station out of the shuttle perched on this moving crumbling Mimoid in its shimmering ocean disintegrating like an ancient city in ruins like a Pompeii in lava. Suddenly there's Snow's voice in my brain, she's gone Kelvin she's gone, she was just a projection. The ocean laps at my booted feet as if to anoint them as porous stalagmites slide underward. It's in my blood, but not my blood our crystals are alien, i hear Snow's voice again, like an echo she was just a projection & you, Snow, what are you, i yell as the stalactites fall to dust – 'Snow!' * Solaris Stanislaw Lem
Robin Ouzman Hislop, born UK, a reader in philosophy & religions, has travelled extensively throughout his lifetime but now lives in semi- retirement as a TEFL teacher and translator in Spain & the UK.
Robin was editor of the 12 year running on-line monthly poetry journal Poetry Life and Times. In 2013 he joined with Dave Jackson as co-editor at Artvilla.com, where he presently edits Poetry Life & Times, Artvilla.com, Motherbird.com.
He’s been previously published in a variety of international magazines, later publications including Voices without Borders Volume 1 (USA), Cold Mountain Review (Appalachian University, N. Carolina), The Poetic Bond Volumes (thepoeticbond.com) and Phoenix Rising from the Ashes (a recently published international Anthology of Sonnets). His most last publication is a volume of collected poems All the Babble of the Souk available at all main online tributaries
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