Friday, July 9, 2010

seven little stories to be read after bedtime...

by human being

illustrations by rhoda penmarq









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(one)
a bird in a bare blue sky
a kiteless child is watching the bird...












(two)
a bird in a bare green tree
a wingless cat is watching the bird...










(three)
a bird on bare brown soil
a careless scarecrow is watching the bird...












(four)
a bird over a bare grey wall
a windowless tower is watching the bird...












(five)
a bird in a bare golden cage
a brideless groom is watching the bird...









(six)
a bird on a bare black wire
a wordless poet is watching the bird...








(seven)
a bird on a bare beautiful shoulder
a sightless soul is watching the bird...


6 comments:

Jenny Enochsson said...

Will read this after bedtime, alongside the Fante novel I am reading at the moment. :)

Jennifer Scavone said...

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http://jenniferscavone.blogspot.com/

human being said...

Jenny...
alongside... hmmmm... so it gonna be a cocktail!
;)



Jennifer...
i visited your blog and will visit soon to read more...
thanks!

Jenny Enochsson said...

An interesting kind of cocktail. :)

Thomas Sheridan said...

Gosh I love this blog! You never know what gems you are going to find when you arrive here each time.

Let's all find an island somewhere with really colourful parrots and butterflys and we'll form a new kind of society.

human being said...

Jenny...
cheers!
:)





Thomas...

and you never know what encouraging words you are going to receive when you arrive here each time...
:D

thanks dear friend...
what a pity i cannot see your (and other friends') visual works... since a few weeks ago we are facing more filtering!
hope it wont take long...



and whenever i hear about a group of people on an island i am reminded of 'the lord of the flies'...

and... simon...

a new society is based on new attitudes...

that's what i always try to gain...







i look at the blank... think about the title of your painting... and try to imagine it... one day i can compare this image to the real one...

this is the new game crow plays...

:D