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“the windblown ocean plain stretched dark as indigo to a horizon knife-sharp against the golden lower sky from gold became the imperceptible gradations of emerald, and the emerald became colbalt; and the colbalt, a deep purple at the zenith-often so dark, that zenith sky, that one could see the moon by day and almost, one imagined, stars.” … 1,443 more words
By Jari Chevalier
Henry James once told the journalist Morton Fullerton that the “essential loneliness” of his life constituted his “deepest” aspect.
If you are a creative artist, everything you do and experience is invested into vision, meaning, and insight. 584 more words