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the little prince

i imagine the patter will sound like a baptism. / or at least, it will sound.

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's Little Prince sits atop a glowing grey moon, surrounded by stars.

again i see you, far away, speaking from a star.
a performance without an audience is an act of courage,
darling. nothing grows up there, mercurial twins
fleeting as the mist in your memorial garden.

come down.

when i visit, time has already willed your headstone
unkempt, but the smell still lingers. some ancient acrid rain.
i imagine the patter will sound like a baptism.
or at least, it will sound.

come down.

some people call it selfish
but you call it home,

in the name of the father,
and the son,
and the holy ghost.

Farrago's magazine cover - Edition Five 2022


Our last print edition of 2022 is here! This wild, visionary edition is filled with burning nostalgia, glittering hope, and tantalising visions of the future, past, and present.

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