Monthly Archives: December 2009

Seeking Obscurity: Wandering in the Wilderness of Self-Indulgence

I know why my blog stats are not numbers with lots of zeros after them; after several years I gained a daily double digit audience. I know that most people don’t have the time and mental energy to read a … Continue reading

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Frozen World Still Life Studies

Days are short and cold. I rise in the dark of the morning. When I come home it is dusk. The last couple of days I have been walking in the late afternoon and into the twilight. I visit a … Continue reading

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Light fell on the Floor

In our classroom the sunlight slanted in and lay on the floor in a bright pool inspiring young artists and older ones too. They sat on the edges of the light arranging random objects and enjoying the contrast of the … Continue reading

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A 15 Minute Poem

This is a 15 minute poem, an idea from this intriguing blog. A Cold Walk at the Lake The Air is dry and no white condensation billows out of our mouths as we talk Hunched in our layers trudging at … Continue reading

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