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James Bardis

Joined 4 years ago




Mr. Bardis is a sensitive writer who writes with nostalgia about themes that occupy a space in the vicinity of philosophy, religion, art, science and the illusion of absolutes created by the shattering of original rhythm and rhyme into "street signs" of every stripe but true..

With a special compassion for Biblical and ancient Greek myth about "sleeping" children ( and sometimes adults ) assumed to be dead, but not long enough to bedevil itinerant healers into sharp corners where Descartes once doubted...

And stymie the discovery of new models of "return" employing an ambi-directional sublimation which sutures en-lightenment to em-bodiment in the full sense of these latter as they stretch into elongated Forms where Socrates once meditated...

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  • Books, Literature, and Writing (3)
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  • The Game of Birth

    The Game of Birth

    2 years ago

    A retelling of the book of Revelation from the point of view of the wedding guests...

  • The Invention of Blue

    The Invention of Blue

    22 months ago

    A romp through the history of the metaphor Blue in the West... ( Adapted from "The quest of a true blue M & M" in the International New York Times of Oct. 8-9, 2016 ).

  • One for Daddy-O

    One for Daddy-O

    23 months ago

    From the narrator's childhood and part 2 of The Tale of the Purple People Eater: A story of his flight from a continent at war and his discovery of a childhood passion and provenance for the future..

  • The Rainbow Child

    The Rainbow Child

    16 months ago

    A short story excerted from the author's manuscript "Of Time and the Night."

  • Istanbul, Athens or Rome

    Istanbul, Athens or Rome

    15 months ago

    The author pines for the art of literature in old world manor houses in Eastern empire cities where history hangs in the air tugging at the hairs of his neck all the way back to some primal light...