The Boundaries of the Sun

from by Alex Robshaw

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Short-story written as companion to the song Now Sun of Mine


It is said that the boundaries of the Sun are not yet entirely defined. It is also said that the Sun is deadly, and most vicious, for it burns the Earth, and its life, relentlessly; it burns flesh, and it burns eyes, very, very slowly, so slowly that the living creatures of the Earth barely even notice the destruction inflicted upon them by the Sun. They are only to notice it once traces of the damage begin to appear, traces of Time, traces of the Sun, and it is always forever too late.

There are a star that would not take its light from its Sun, that wanted to shine its own light, and eventually, it did.

I had a dream, and you were strangling me, and I was choking,
and then I woke up.


from Stories from 1339 Crowder's End, released October 12, 2015
Written, produced and performed by Alex Robshaw
Recorded by Christopher Kelly in Longueuil, QC, Canada, in September 2015



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