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Flash Art: Henry Diltz

Who?

He never planned to be a photographer. Henry Diltz’s career documenting the lives of rock and roll royalty happened purely by chance.

Whilst touring as a folksinger in the early sixties with the Modern Folk Quartet, Diltz stopped off at a thrift shop and decided to pick up a second-hand camera. 645 more words

Bristol

Old Poem Saturday - Prayer - Hughes, Part III

This is the third of a series of drawings that Ms. Danka Czarnecka did in a collaboration with me for Illustrated Poetry – the “evening” and final post for today. 41 more words

Poetry

Old Poem Saturday - Prayer - Hughes, Part II

This is the second of three drawings that Ms. Danka Czarnecka did in a collaboration with me for Illustrated Poetry – I am posting them as a time-series today. 36 more words

Poetry

Old Poem Saturday - Prayer - Hughes

It is my pleasure to present the results of a wonderful collaboration I had with Ms. Danka Czarnecka of D is for Doodle (check our… 103 more words

Poetry

Different Strokes

Christians, off to church each Sunday go.
Muslims at their mosque kneel in a row.
Atheists, complete conviction crow.
Agnostics shrug, and say they do not know.

Poetry

Wits End

Don’t say something nice, say something shrewd,

And if that won’t suffice add something lewd.

If you think of something clever,

By all means make it your endeavor, 9 more words

Poetry

My Epigram Machine

I take a concept scattered, rough, or mean,
And put it through my epigram machine;
Then hope that, though its soul may well be dirt, 10 more words

Poems