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reweaving threads unweaving – with apologies to robert okaji

there is a cruelty to it* (to the Muse of muses and her shadows) “The life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.” -Thomas Hobbes we are born to strive to understand without understanding the struggle   there is a … Continue reading

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gully good synergy – Jules Delavigne

(english transduction below) Poème de Jules Delavigne 2010. Il attend sous la pluie, Le droit de faire ce qu’il veut de sa vie, Sa femme lui avait dit de rentrer, Mais il attend .   La gare St LazareIl la … Continue reading

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new threads in the tapestry – the Muse of muses and her shadows iii

(dutch and french versions below – three languages, three harts!) the stairway of oneness (to the dutch mirror becoming a gully good fay) “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” -Vincent Van Gogh there is a beloved … Continue reading

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the dutch mirror – in southern france, a trio

in southern france (to the Muse of muses and her shadows) I carrying me home where deer are summering in southern france tonight i sit beneath the moon thank you, beloved for oil lamps and lap tops for stars and monitors … Continue reading

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