Monthly Archives: January 2011

In This World (a brief poem)

In this world or in the next one, I am undefined. On this river through this forest, my soul is fed. On this train, on this passage, there are strangers. In their bags in their pockets, there are answers. Ask … Continue reading

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Here’s a movie I’d like to see

I’ve always wanted to make movies.  My high school friends can attest to that – I worked hard on a few very strange pieces of film while in Heidelberg.  Since then, I’ve spent so much time watching movies that I … Continue reading

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Freedom from Religion

I call this image “Modern Business Ethics”.  I guess its a cartoon more than a drawing.  One building burns but a barefoot man seems ready to jump from a building that is not burning. He is wearing a tie but … Continue reading

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Extreme Political Metaphors

A few stabs at a metaphor for the United States Government:There is a long dark tunnel.  Its only wide enough for one person to pass.  After walking for nearly a day in different directions, with different destinations in mind, two … Continue reading

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Curiouser and Curiouser

I remember studying the original painting by Jan Van Eyck in Ms. Mauck’s art appreciation class.  The images was nice enough – beautifully painted but just a pretty picture – until she started to explain some of the symbolism in … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

Have you thought of a resolution?  I have too many to count, but most important is that I find a way to keep the Mind at Work Mind at Play project going.  I’ve made a lot of headway in 2010, … Continue reading

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