Haven't We Met Before?
They always seem so cramped in New England?? usually stuck in small containers, or large pots on someone's deck (Since I'm going away for ten days I'm putting...
posted on June 30, 2007
Do not go into the Tomato. Stop where you are. Turn away from it. Don't even look at it. Which movie was this quote from? (Since I'm going away for ten days I'm...
posted on June 29, 2007
??Once I planned to write a book of poems entirely about the things in my pocket. But I found it would be too long; and the age of the great epics is past.? G....
posted on June 28, 2007
What's in a Name
Proper names are poetry in the raw. Like all poetry they are untranslatable. ~W.H. Auden “Zucchini squash are far and away the most popular summer squash...
posted on June 27, 2007
...in His hands, in Her hands...
He´s got the whole world in His hands, He´s got the whole world in His hands, He´s got the whole world in His hands. He´s got the wind and the rain in His hands...
posted on June 26, 2007
Eyes Set in Stone
An eye for eye only ends up making the whole world blind. Mahatma Gandh
posted on June 25, 2007
Better than a thousand hollow words is one word that brings peace. Buddha
posted on June 24, 2007
Shy but not Retiring
??Lord, keep my memory green.? Charles Dickens Tomorrow I'll be leaving for ten days in Maine?? This time we'll really be Down East where the lupines grow...
posted on June 23, 2007
In summer, the song sings itself. ~William Carlos Williams (Enlarge for details)
posted on June 22, 2007
I spotted this box painted to look like a landscape?? Two blocks away I observed a woman painting another box “Nice,” I said. I didn't want to give away my...
posted on June 21, 2007
Searching for Words
All my life I've looked at words as though I were seeing them for the first time. Ernest Hemingway Walk around a small town and collect words, phrases, bits and...
posted on June 20, 2007
Fieldes have eies and woods have eares. ~John Heywood, 1565
Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished. ~Lao Tzu
posted on June 19, 2007
The Confluence of the Visual and the Written
The theme for today: where you work. At first I thought of photos of reference books, chairs, stacks of manuscripts, a computer, and perhaps a pen or two. But...
posted on June 18, 2007
An Eclectic Collection
Two dangers constantly threaten the world: order and disorder. Paul Valéry This is not an orderly array of photos, rather some things seen in the last few days....
posted on June 17, 2007
Everything Needs Water
I came home late yesterday afternoon and noticed that the plants had just been watered. ??We've got this gift of love, but love is like a precious plant. You...
posted on June 16, 2007
Yes. Historical Day
Today, June 14th, was an amazing, emotional and incredible day. Massachusetts had been the only state in the union to grant marriage rights to gay and lesbian...
posted on June 15, 2007
"Only Connect"- E.M. Forester
I am always surprised. I go through life perpetually astonished at every thing that happens around me. –Eugene Ionesco Because I needed to go down to Cambridge...
posted on June 14, 2007
Hangin' In There
Two woodworkers, four artists share this building. One restores old furniture, one builds new furniture. And I like to think that the artists paint visions. I...
posted on June 13, 2007
Political Still Life
??The fight is never about grapes or lettuce. It is always about people.? Cesar Chavez (American Activist and Labor Organizer. 1927-1993 Founded the National...
posted on June 12, 2007