The Dead Tower

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Description

This narrative poem is arranged on a darkly atmospheric virtual world designed to both creep you out and pull you in through curiosity. Like the proverbial moth, the reader's attention is drawn towards the brightest things around: white words float in the air, static or rotating. And the lines of mezangelle verse both heighten the dread by telling fragments of a ghostly narrative prefigured by the bus crash site the reader finds herself in and soften the tone with hints about the interface that nudge the fourth wall.
Excerpt from Leonardo Flores' description in I love E-Poetry

Creator

Breeze, Mez

Date

2012

Contributor

Campbell, Andy

Rights

Copyright Mez Breeze. The copyright of images posted on the ADELTA Website belongs to third parties and is included on this website by permission from copyright holders. Apart from any use permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 (including fair dealing) the images may not be downloaded, adapted, remixed, printed, emailed, stored in a cache or otherwise reproduced without the written permission from the copyright holder.

Genre

A Literary game environment

Platform

Flash

Citation

Breeze, Mez, “The Dead Tower,” ADELTA, accessed April 23, 2024, http://sstars.ws/items/show/18.