Monthly Archives: June 2013

to boldly go

to the movies in the middle of the week and see Star Trek: Into Darkness is a good idea.  We liked it a lot, it provided two hours of total escapism, both mental and physical: Florida is hot and bright, … Continue reading

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1984

has come to pass.  Our government is using our money to spy on us.  The NSA’s massive internet and phone tapping program is appalling and wrong.  Did anyone vote for this? I didn’t.  And I don’t believe President Obama when … Continue reading

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from yesterday afternoon’s storm:

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I wrote this poem at least five years ago, but it feels like a spring evening poem, so I put it up here.

girl boy girl Your pants are too long! Let me roll them up for you. I don’t know, it was quiet over there, maybe they’re making out. It’s my turn now. Christina you take forever. A girl boy girl fight … Continue reading

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I wrote this paper for an online iconography class I took five years ago, and for some reason I am called to post it up here tonight. Think it’s because Florida has so many croaky frogs and screechy night voices.

Deeper into Hell: A Study of Hieronymus Bosch’s Monsters The Garden of Earthly Delights, perhaps the best known painting by Hieronymus Bosch, offers a fantastic view of Paradise, Imaginary Paradise, and Hell.  All three panels from the late fourteenth century … Continue reading

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Here’s a little something I wrote for Orion Magazine’s “The place where you live” feature, a very cool project.  This is similar to a post I put up here last week, but slightly different, little tighter.  Also, if you go … Continue reading

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two more from the beach

We went for a walk yesterday on the beach, in a pretty good rainstorm (no lighting, just steady rain), which let up by the time we reached the sandbar.  Here are two photos I took, one of the shells that … Continue reading

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