...to stand on the meeting of two eternities, the past and future, which is precisely the present moment; to toe that line. -H D Thoreau

We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be
to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. -
T. S. Eliot

23.11.09

She stared out the window minute by minute, hour to hour, day by day and watched the sun rise, traveling up out of the window for an entire life time. Never questioning where it had gone when it was temporarily out of sight.
She must have known.

16 comments:

  1. I am starting something new! When I don't understand something, I am just going to admit that I am lost! :)

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  2. nice. your words and your art...me likes.

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  3. :) such beautiful artwork.. she looks very blue but her hope and faith shine through..........

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  4. Wonderful. I really dig the sheet music pieces.

    Perhaps she prefers the moon?

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  5. Maybe. Maybe not. Very beautiful piece.

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  6. this piece really arrests me... it stops me in my thought and reminds me of the passages of Thoreau sitting in the doorway all day, watching the sun traverse across the sky, just beautiful...

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  7. everything about the face is just right, jayne...

    (smiling at otin's comment and your response : )

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  8. I have been looking forward to another of these music score sketches appearing. There is something very satisfying and very attractive about them.

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  9. never questioning
    but always on a quest...

    so impressive both the words and the art...

    love and peace to you

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  10. i love to read your posts.
    the art is awsome:))

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  11. I love your posts and today it was a sensual beautiful text and it touched me!

    Agneta, the swedish one ;O)

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  12. Wonderful sketch. May be she was happy to accept the Sun's disappearance from time to time.

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