Monthly Archives: February 2016

Simple Wisdom

Turning Aside I think that maybe I will be a little surer of being a little nearer. That’s all. Eternity is in the understanding that that little is more than enough. R. S. Thomas [posted with other poems by Thomas … Continue reading

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DADA: one century and counting

A couple of friends, Alex Caldiero and Larry Reovir, are celebrating the anniversary of DADA and inviting us all to celebrate with them. Here is their web site. And here is Lyn’s and my dada construction (pace K. Schwitters’ temple … Continue reading

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The Valentine’s Day Massacre

The cul de sac we live on in Woodland Hills is a favorite place for lovers. There are no houses at the end, and the site overlooks Utah Valley, with a spectacular view at night. Lovers often leave behind evidence of … Continue reading

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Night Sky

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Hell of an Ice Dam

After a few weeks of snow, lots of snow, snow we really like, our dining room ceiling started to leak against the outside wall. The wisdom of the internet said it might be an ice dam. I climbed up on … Continue reading

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Paul Crow: Repetitions

The idea of repetition is a recurring one (pun intended). Kierkegaard wrote a book titled Repetition and Robbe-Grillet wrote a novel with that title. Peter Handke’s novel Repetition was a catalyst for the trip I took with Zarko Radakovic into the Austrian/Slovenian landscape of … Continue reading

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Washing the Morning Dishes

I looked out on this view (winter is dramatic!):

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Driveway Homage to Jackson Pollock

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