The Human Condition
(“March of the Androgynous”, E.E. Blake)
Genre: Literary Fiction | Flash Fiction | Short Story | Poetry| Collection
‘The Tree of Life’ is a collection of conversations that lost souls and true believers have with themselves while keeping their heads to the sky. ~ Wesley Morris
Seeing humanity ascribed to this cyclical beauty, it is impossible to differentiate the passage of time from the emotional roil of life. In The Human Condition Anthology, this tree’s roots define where we come from, what we believe.
The trunk holds to the strength of convictions, of experience. The bark etched with a broad gambit of events, engraved into the very fibre of our being. The branches show growth and learning as they ache to find the sun; and the leaves snapshots of memories, signs of thriving, power for the future, facets of the soul open to the world.
The stories contained herein are pieces of humanity crystallised. We invite you to share in the highs and lows of life, and absorb that which is offered by opening your heart and mind to the sharp points of flash fiction, the lilt of poetry, and the graceful rhythm of short prose which have taken root between these pages.