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Street Lessons (Part Two)

“I can imagine the moment, breaking out through the silence. All the things that we both might say: come talk to me.” ~ Peter Gabriel Here you are. You’ve mustered the courage and practiced your craft, you have committed yourself &h...

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Pomp And Circumstance

I was in touch with great souls who exalted flesh and spirit over dollars and cents, and to whom the thin wail of the starved slum child meant more than all the pomp and circumstance of commercial expansion and world … Continue reading →...

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This Strange Engine

“Every artist was first an amateur.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson   The featured image is of a tool I use for my work. Chances are you have one very much like this. My cards are not special; they are just … Continue reading →...

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