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The making of my tagline

“I hold a mirror, a blue lotus, a gooseberry and a trident.”

What do i mean when i put this at the very top of my blog? 635 more words


From Prairial to Pop Culture. Day Twenty-six. The odd poetry of renaming the saints' days

Today, July 7, goes down in French revolutionary history for the “Kiss of Lamourette.” This sweet-sounding event on July 7, 1792, draws its name from a collective gesture of goodwill led by Bishop Lamourette, a juror priest (and eternal optimist). 26 more words

French Revolution


If you’ve ever tried to use symbolism in your writing, you may agree with me when I say that doing it well is harder than expected. 450 more words

Literary Devices

Project 12: Public landscapes – docks and countryside

So this is a series of images that continue my exploration of the landscape and injecting the vistas with a sense of what its like to move around it as a wheelchair user. 177 more words


Symbolism of Doors

Doors hold the essence of mystery, seperating two distinct areas, keeping things apart. They are a barrier, a boundary, which must be negotiated, before the threshold can be crossed. 567 more words