Daily Archives: April 30, 2013

Queen Nefertiti or bust

Queen Nefertiti still commands our attention all the way back from 1370 -1330 BC, painted stucco layers over a limestone core, attributed to the workshop of sculptor Thutmose, standing 19 inches tall and scaling a slim 44 pounds, her royal … Continue reading

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Always awe and wonder

Tree branches aloft banging for acknowledgement on rooftops. Wind nudging the chimes, beckoning bells to voice their own hymns. Birds’ beaks active, cracking seeds  and opening songs with the flapping of wings. Squirrels’ busy chatter dampened by sleepy winter torpor, stored … Continue reading

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Languages past

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Concrete poem of a linguistic tree By Tyler Pedersen, Copyright 2013

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Magnetic moon

The bright moon tethers between two telephone cables like a magnetic spinning wheel toy from your distant childhood.

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Beyond eye level

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Tree shadows dance on pane of glass, branching tentacles bleed across furniture  leaving translucent ink black stains on the carpet to contrast my pale white features. Wind whispers ricochet off the smallest of air…

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Greenhouse

Give peace a place to grow. Harvest seeds that harbor hope. Let sunlight extirpate the elongated shadows of fear, hatred and doubt and clothe the future in a softer shroud. Pay attention to perception – no one pair of eyes … Continue reading

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Unabridged Encyclopedia Personica

Just when you think you’d thought it all, sold the masses your unabridged Encyclopedia Personica with juxtaposed jackets dusted by your Je ne sais quoi style; ran out of propane for the back burner of your brain to stew mind … Continue reading

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