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Chance Renaissance

Facebook WordPress Twitter Fully connected Leaving nothing to chance Still waiting for a social Renaissance.

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What would Leonardo da Vinci Do?

A contemplative poem that celebrates genius and curses red tape.

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Perugino in the trees

Back in the 16th century A.D. The High Renaissance moved its way into the heart of Italy. Though short-lived one talent was a pleasant, kind and faithful son. From Urbino did Raphael emerge, the famous painter known for his Madonna’s. … Continue reading

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Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Spray gun at my hip, I draw, mechanized sound explodes as a heavy stream of water shoots forth, smacking the siding and shattering droplets into a fine vapor. Accumulated grime of slug slime, bird…

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Power-washing the house

Spray gun at my hip, I draw, mechanized sound explodes as a heavy stream of water shoots forth, smacking the siding and shattering droplets into a fine vapor. Accumulated grime of slug slime, bird crap, spider webs and pollen dust … Continue reading

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