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It happened again tonight just then
She came in waving her arms like a windmill
~ I'm waiting for my order
She's freaking out Cut in Half ! Cut in Half !
Catch the waiter's eye & do the circle with my finger
next to my ear, eyebrows raised,
universal crazy … Read full post »
You ( Anna ) might not like this picture much
but I do.
It tells me a story about a night,
a year or 18 months ago,
in your garden,
before we fell apart ~ … Read full post »
It seems fairly obvious that we are surrounded by an alien life form.
In the supermarket yesterday a woman tried to push in front of me with a trolleyload of items, none of them edible, and I had occasion to drag her back by the collar into line.
I don't go… Read full post »
Just Thinking left a comment at trilogy's about this book, or specifically, the cover ~ she wondered about the story behind it ~ for you, Just Thinking ...
It's a 32 page picture book about Matthew, who goes to his Grandpa's for a holiday, learns to sail, &… Read full post »
Please meet Paul Kelly, Aussie legend ~ I know it's not Christmas yet, but we don't have Thanksgiving here, & anyway gravy's good, whatever the occasion ~ hope you enjoy.
Hello Dan, it's Joe here
I hope you're keeping well
Its the 21st of December
There's times like this when fences fall away, & we appear in the gardens of each others' hearts, on porches bearing casseroles or bowls of whatever's good today, made with love & blessings, knowings, whispering comfort, wishing it could stop but it won't,
this endles… Read full post »
Further north, above the Tropic of Capricorn, was Cairns ...
Abattoir was a sort of a lead-up, but I left out the people I loved : Lothar & Carmella, George & Linda etc. I was looking forward to seeing them again.
First stop was Cairns Post Office. I sat on… Read full post »
In a camping ground to the north I met Ingrid, a German backpacker my age. She worked on a boat that took people on day-trips to the islands. The boat was a 45' ketch, the Nari.
Ingrid arranged that I could be dropped at one of the few islands with fresh water,… Read full post »
I swore I wasn't going to stay there any longer than I absolutely had to, but jugs of beer & company above the river nights put paid to my resolve ...
Nothing pretty. Acres o… Read full post »
A friend called Kathy met a guy in Luxembourg, back in the seventies.
She was on a park bench & he came by in a 3 piece pinstripe brown suit leading 3 brindle whippets. They met, they fell in love.
... ff to 1980, Francois turns up at my house in… Read full post »
Raised without a specific religion, I find myself pretty much constantly gazing at things for a clue ~ leaves, grass, small birds, bewilderbeesties ...
I so… Read full post »
I found a lovely old hand, a bronze bhodisattva's hand in an out-of-the-way place in Luang Prabang. I bought a horse & a tiger there too, & the prices came down - still they weren't much, for what… Read full post »
Suryavarman built Angkor Wat so my sister could turn on the Northern path for a photo. I couldn't help noticing how much trouble he went to.
The stone was quarried miles upriver and dragged to the site by elephants, assembled and carved with images from the Mahabharata, the life of… Read full post »
If you've never been, it's a place ;
a dot on a map, full of monks -
but don't let that put you off - most of them are novices
like you and I. ( some have more English than
the person who does my laundry.)
It's got lots of… Read full post »
I'm going away for a little while - vietnam, cambodia, laos, & asked a friend to send me a pic of this ( on her wall ) - she apologises for the quality, taken with a 'phone, but it gives the gist. I painted this from my verandah in… Read full post »
... the unmarked page is a dream
falling asleep to the cadence of keys,
the deep slow lethe of letters ...
... pocketfuls of runes to drag me to
whatever escapes like bubbles,
whatever truths escape like air & rise ;
the opposite-of-gravity thing it is ...
... sma… Read full post »
True, unadulterated pic of Polly's portrait ( above ) of King Parrot ( below.)
%I… Read full post »
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I know I'm a bit heavy on the outline but hey,
The boys & I had pretty much cleared Lane Cove River valley of wallabies and bandicoots, by the Summer of '65. Not so much wit… Read full post »
Helvetica Stone got me thinking ...
I know you how you want me to know you.
I'm ok with that. As in real life, there's no other choice,
and who you really are is none of my business.
Sometimes you are honest to the point of exhaustion ;… Read full post »
" If you saw me, a middle-aged woman walking back along the bush track, you'd pass me without a glance. A mild person, you might judge, who does the right thing and puts her paper in the right bin. But inside, I am luminous. There is the bay with the boats… Read full post »
Brian was waiting for the jug to boil, the toast to pop, knuckles on the counter, shaking his head slowly to a tune or dream from an hour ago, while Keith on kitchen duty began wiping the surface in circles closer and closer to Brian's knuckles.
Industrial, built for 20 people,… Read full post »
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