Daily Archives: June 11, 2013

Wasn’t born yesterday

My mind is filled with stuffy thoughts  sitting in an office, glazed eyes stare vacantly seaward where the sun burns  to be near me and water winks  cooly in its quiet cove of distilled silence. Boats buoy past wake crests, … Continue reading

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Queen Nefertiti or bust

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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…

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Bottom of the heap

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Here is a little food for thought for you dreamers and creative spirits in the blog-o-sphere.  Sometimes the best and brightest ideas go unrealized like the millions of stars that quietly expire while we…

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Lawn pawns

Last stand of scattered pine trees atop green grass, prickly lawn pawns moved at will by the wind.

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Perspective fun!

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Simple illustration of one point perspective

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MAZE

A roundabout shape poem that turns frowns upside down

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