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Old Town Blues

So this is a very new poem (written over the last few days) compared to some of the others I have been posting, which have been crafted over a very long time. 127 more words

Poetry

Stream of consciousness

Sometimes my dreams are intensely detailed (like the time we were driving home from Chicago after all the power had gone out in the US a la the TV show Revolution – which we don’t watch – and we had to be careful because there were Alpha Raiders everywhere. 285 more words

Overanalyzing Meaningless Dribble

Rock bottom

As nurses we see things all the time – after a while it’s not so shocking. Based on some experiences from last week, I think I have now redefined what I would refer to as “rock bottom.” That is, if I ever become that way, I hope someone will put me (and those around me) out of my misery. 73 more words

Stranger Than Fiction

Rock bottom

As nurses we see things all the time – after a while it’s not so shocking. Based on some experiences from last week, I think I have now redefined what I would refer to as “rock bottom.” That is, if I ever become that way, I hope someone will put me (and those around me) out of my misery. 73 more words

Stranger Than Fiction

Stranger than Fiction Discussion

“Truth is stranger than fiction because fiction has to be believable, but truth does not.”

– Mark Twain

I think what Twain means by this is that sometimes the truth is not as black as white as it would appear to be.

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Literary Devices

Exhibition: Joan Fontcuberta's Stranger Than Fiction

This exhibition is on at the National Media Museum in Bradford until 5th February 2015.

Joan Fontcuberta is an artist who uses photography, rather than a photographer. 819 more words

Authenticity

Truth or dare

Joan Fontcuberta, Braohypoda frustrata from Herbarium, 1984

Still firmly back with the best of the shows I saw but failed to write about last year, I find myself wondering how it can possibly be true that I have been writing this blog on and off for three years and I have yet to write about the work of Joan Fontcuberta despite having loved his work for many years. 478 more words

Art