"After the Ashes" is a poem from Psaltery and Serpentines, used by permission of Gival Press.
After the Ashes is a poem about dying a bit on one's own birthday and about re-birthing. A re-birth just out of basic human desire of survival borne and born from the primal state of being not undead.
After the Ashes is also in conversation with the unforgettable violin of Scarlet Rivera and the sonic agility of Federico Ramos
David Renaud's direction and Jennifer Gittings cinematography in synch, capture the rapture of the invisible Phoenix bird, its becoming, as it is sensed in the fire, seized by the moon, blended with the colors of the realm and the echoes of a wondrous night at the Kaplan's residence.
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