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The Scream

I like to compose poetry in response to paintings sometimes. This is a powerful image by Edvard Munch, the Norwegian expressionist painter. Here’s the poem: 98 more words


Ketil Bjørnstad: Sunrise (ECM 2336)

Ketil Bjørnstad

Kari Bremnes vocal
Aage Kvalbein cello
Matias Bjørnstad alto saxophone
Bjørn Kjellemyr double bass
Hans-Kristian Kjos Sørensen percussion
Ketil Bjørnstad piano
Oslo Chamber Choir… 927 more words

ECM Records

Moving onto 'Own' block of Land with 'Deposit' and 'Easy Terms'.

Leaving the lean times and memories of tie-clips and perky breasts (furtively enjoyed in the timber yard) behind, we will now go forward to an episode that too might have been significant in  causing my intermittent scepticism of migration in general and my own in special. 1,038 more words

Gerard Oosterman

A Short Story

“NO REACTION”. As I saw on his face, is what other people think he is showing.

He puts flowers in a pot every morning placed at the center of his room. 283 more words


Seen: Edvard Munch x Ice Cream // New York City

East Village, this is why we love you. Everybody scream for Munchies.


120 Million

May 2, 2012: Leon Black purchases a painting. Edvard Munch painted four different versions of his famous painting, The Scream. The pastel version was made using colors found in stick form and containing pure powdered pigment and a binder. 691 more words


My mind became increasingly disengaged...

My mind became increasingly disengaged with preoccupation about my impending fate as he drawled on with affected sincerity about the merits of our friendship and his hollow promises of moral support during the trial. 56 more words

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