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Theodor W. Adorno, "The Aging Of The New Music"

Though today all art has and must have a bad conscience to the extent that it does not make itself stupid, nevertheless its abolishment would be false in a world in which what dominates needs art as its corrective: the contradiction between what is and the true, between the management of life and humanity.

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Salomon Engaged

She thought him beautiful
when he gazed at the moon,
proclaimed how she’s charmed
by his voice, a soft tune.

But he didn’t see her, 209 more words

Poetry In English

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This Blog shall be home base for all my artistic projects: sketches, collaborations, finished paintings, sculpture and craft, textile arts!

I am a fine artist and illustrator who delights in marrying the beautiful and the strange. 13 more words


She only speaks in riddles
Fractious like the dawn
When it comes way too soon
Then fades into day
Trivialized by a nature
As cunning as the fall… 66 more words


Brent's remarkable story.

Here is a piece I helped facilitate while volunteering with STORYTURNS earlier this year. Brent is an incredible person with a moving story to share. Having been through so much, he is strong in his fight against addiction. 35 more words


Sunday, August 3, 2014 Pentecost 8 Jesus Withdrew

Jesus withdrew. Jesus withdrew. No, seriously, Jesus withdrew.

Thankfully not all the way.

I was watching the news the other day and wondering how it is that I like watching the news, even though the news itself is unrelentingly depressing and even angering, even infuriating to tell you the truth, and that all of the uplifting things that you might see on the news programs are these contrived, treacly-sweet things that are not news, but seem to have been put there just to keep us from turning the channel and watching a rerun of Law and Order for the twentieth time because the rest of the programming is so unrelentingly unpleasant. 1,941 more words