Monthly Archives: April 2016

Life On Earth – Part 2

Life on Earth The apparitions pass as vision through a prismed glass from which we drink tomorrow never knowing that which comes next for forever and a day until that final recognition bitter sweet reality.   Until then we are … Continue reading

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Education in USA

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KATTISH – Loss of Amber

  No lap kat she an independent breed no less companion hung around . . . nearby ten years. Amidst the dark of this last night no more left earth as softly as a shadow gone forever leaving this exquisite … Continue reading

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Street Doctor – China 1981

Still looking through old 35 mm slides.

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Amber & Ellie – 4 A Blue Ribbon Day

Practice pays off.  I won three ribbons today. Best Bitch! They got that right. I am so happy, and a bit tired. It’s not easy being a show dog. I suppose Hollywood will be calling before long, and glamour magazines. … Continue reading

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Varieties of Truth

Varieties of Truth   Absolute truth                              Acceptable truth                              Affordable truth Alienable truth                             Awful truth                                       Basic truth Biological truth                           Bitter truth                                       Burden of truth Comparative truth                      Conclusive truth                             Constructive truth Contradictory truth                    … Continue reading

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Bushido Steel – 2

Bushido Steel Only the winter wind surrounds me. Soldiers do not come to look for death. My sword’s calligraphy is perfect. Brush of steel red ink on white snow. Published: Pirene’s Fountain – 2014 Saw this old photo today and … Continue reading

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Bukowski – On Writing 1

Bukowski summed up his philosophy in a letter he wrote in 1963: “Somebody […] asked me: ‘What do you do? How do you write, create?’ You don’t, I told them. You don’t try. That’s very important: ‘not’ to try, either … Continue reading

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San Francisco Earthquake – This day 1906

110 Years Ago Except From Writer’s Almanac The first foreshocks were felt at 5:12 in the morning, and the main quake struck four minutes later. It was caused by a rupture of 300 miles of the San Andreas Fault, and … Continue reading

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The White Cat and The Monk

  “If you want to concentrate deeply on some problem, and especially some piece of writing or paper-work,” Muriel Spark counseled, “you should acquire a cat.” Long before the cat became a modern literary muse, a monk whose identity remains … Continue reading

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